Jean-Luc Reichmann on a road trip: his unlikely discovery in a city in the United States

Jean-Luc Reichmann and his wife Nathalie Lecoultre have been on a road trip to the United States for several weeks. This Friday, June 10, the host shared a video of a discovery … improbable, in California.

Since a few weeks, Jean-Luc Reichmann is living a real daydream. The host headed to the United States with his wife, Nathalie Lecoultre, for a colorful road trip that they chose to rename “JLN Ride or Die Tour”. On a daily basis, the presenter of 12 strokes of noon shares photos and videos of certain moments of his day, sometimes magical… but also unusual.

Since the start of his journey, the actor of Léo Matteï has been able to cross desert landscapes on a motorcycle, travel through Nevada, California or even go to Yosemite National Park. Moreover, he even had the opportunity to meet Cyril Hanouna’s look-alike, on the other side of the Atlantic. But if some moments spent in the United States were magical, others were more complicated… especially when there was no more gas at the gas station : “108 degrees Fahrenheit, about 42 degrees… The tar is sinking under your soles. My feet and calves are on fire with the furnace of the engine”, wrote Jean-Luc Reichmann on May 27. This Friday, June 10, the host gave his news on video… and he made a rather unlikely discovery in California.

Improbable discovery of Jean-Luc Reichmann in California

This Friday, June 10, the host of TF1 once again shared moments of this extraordinary adventure on video. On his Instagram account, where he is very active, he revealed a moment of his day that he should not soon forget. He writes in the caption of this publication: THAT, I HAD NEVER SEEN! What do you honestly think ⁉ I present to you… Bubble Gum Alley. Only chewing gum stuck everywherecan we read.

Located in San Luis Obispo, on the central coast of California, between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the Bubble Gum Alley is an alley where passersby can find thousands of chewing gums stuck on the walls. In the comments of Jean-Luc Reichmann’s video, Internet users were particularly disgusted by this practice. Who to add the trace of his passage?

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