Jeremy Clarkson World First: Too Big Of An Arsehole For Showbiz

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Jeremy Clarkson has managed to do the unthinkable by having too big of an ego, treating staffers too poorly and even being too much of an arsehole to be able to function in show business.

The 54 year old broadcaster has enjoyed a stellar career and is best known for co-hosting the BBC made automotive and stereotype appreciation show Top Gear.

For 13 years millions have fans have tuned in weekly to watch a couple of hundred paunchy middle aged men awkwardly stand around an aircraft hangar in Surrey and listen to three other middle aged men review cars that they can’t possibly afford. All the while guffawing at thinly veiled right-wing ethno-centrism.

Clarkson, no stranger to controversy, has finally placed a fairly hefty straw on the camel’s back that is the BBC management. He allegedly punched a producer when he arrived late at his accommodation to find the kitchen had been closed and he couldn’t have a steak.

A spokesman for the BBC told The (un)Australian, “He’s always ridden the edge, insulting minorities, being sexist and racist but when he assaulted another middle aged white man, he just took it too far.”

While the incident spells the end of Clarkson’s time at the BBC, he’ll most likely land on his feet, with millions of fans pledging their support to the beleaguered presenter.

Co-host Richard Hammond has gone on the record about the incident saying, “huh, what… who’s Jeremy, am I Jeremy?”

Ryan Crawford
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