Top Gear’s James May admits he used to be a rebellious choirboy who ‘peed on gravestones’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

He then went on to give a revealing insight of his teenage years, providing presenter Grace Dent with a pretty shocking list of activities. 

“Fighting, urinating on gravestones, stealing things,” he continued. “Singing at people’s weddings for 50p without a moment’s thought for the sanctity of marriage.”

James attended Oakwood Comprehensive School in Rotherham and, when asked what he was like at school, described himself as “horrible”. 

“I was daydreamy, belligerent, incredibly lazy and slightly subversive,” he added.

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