Jeremy Clarkson is not known for being humble, but his latest adventure gives him good grounds to brag.
The ex-Top Gear presenter saved a group of tourists who were being swept out to sea.
Jeremy, 56, said he spotted four men trapped on their lilos a mile out to see in Majorca, Spain, and rescued them in his boat.
He told The Sun: "I helped four of them. I rescued two French and two Germans.
"They burst out laughing when they saw who was rescuing them."
In typical Jeremy Clarkson style, he then declared himself better at diplomacy than Boris Johnson and went to the pub.
The foursome were reportedly unaware of the grave danger they were in.
Jeremy, who now hosts Amazon Prime motoring show The Grand Tour, explained: "I loved seeing the look on their faces. They didn't realise they were going to float off to North Africa. We were on a bigger boat but there was a rib at the back so we used that to tow them back in.
"They were all in their twenties and a mile out to sea. You'll never paddle back in from there."