Top Gear trio Paddy McGuinness, Andrew Flintoff and Chris Harris made a surprising pit-stop while filming in Wiltshire.

The presenters dropped in on the Chippenham Pit Stop café close to Junction 17 of the M4  after swapping fast cars for fast trucks.

They were on their way to the Pembrey Circuit near Llanelli in West Wales, before deciding to show the viewers what a typical truck stop is like.

Supervisor Jo Burton from Calne was stunned when the trio walked through the door.

All of them were served lattes with oat milk, plus a homemade Victoria sponge, an almond slice and a chocolate brownie.

The BBC stars took time to speak to other customers around a table before continuing their journey.

Pit Stop general manager Lee Fenn said it had been a hectic afternoon, with a 35-strong film and production crew joining McGuinness, Flintoff and Harris.

Managing director David Hatherell said he was delighted the Top Gear team had chosen to pull in at the Pit Stop which, according to the influential Road Haulage Association, is setting the benchmark when it came to customer care.