The BBC Proves That No Bully is Untouchable

This morning I woke up to the news that Jeremy Clarkson, a presenter on popular BBC show Top Gear, has been sacked following a a physical assualt on one of the shows producers.

Clarkson, who had been the main presenter on the show since 2003, punched the producer who then needed hospital treatment. However, this incident, on 10th March, followed ‘verbal abuse which was sustained over a longer period, and threats to sack the producer’ – who then believed he had lost his job.

The sacking was not surprising news by any stretch of the imagination, Clarkson had been walking the tightrope for a while after numerous warnings about his behaviour. Since the incident occurred there has been a public backlash in the UK over Clarkson’s suspension. Over 1 million people signed a petition to reinstate the popular, yet controversial, presenter.

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