10 Things BBC Wants You To Forget About Jeremy Clarkson

He gets a pass for punching Piers Morgan, but that's about it.

To some, Jeremy Clarkson represents is the last shining light in a world that's doing its best to dim free speech. With a society taking political correctness beyond the realms of what they conceive to be reasonable, Jezza stands alone on the cultural precipice of the militantly left-wing BBC and proudly says what they, and everyone else from the golf club bar, is thinking. To everyone else though, he's a boorish and prejudiced moron who just happens to have the good fortune of a weekly television platform. If it weren't for that he'd just be making lewd comments about women drivers while he changed their oil in a run-down garage in Surrey. Unless you've been on your bi-annual holiday to one of Saturn's moons this week, and had your phone on airplane mode to avoid extortionate intergalactic roaming charges, you'll be well aware that the Top Gear presenter has once again landed himself in bother - this time for a "fracas" with some of the Beeb's producers. As such his days polluting the nation's television screens appear to be numbered, but given all the atrocious things he's done in the past it seems strange that a scuffle with one of the suits should be the proverbial straw that breaks the camel's back. Here, for your reading pleasure, are 10 such incidents that were so much worse than his latest gaffe.
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