Top Gear’s Burma Special in which Jeremy Clarkson used a racial slur broke broadcasting rules, Ofcom has said.
The show featured a segment showing the hosts looking at a bridge they had built on the River Kwai as a local man walked across it.
Clarkson remarked: “That is a proud moment. But there’s a slope on it.”
(Source: BBC News)
So, any time someone says they’re a fan of Top Gear, just replace that in your brain with:
“Hi, I’m a racist and I’m a fan of racism and racists like Jeremy Clarkson.”
And of simpering toadies like Richard Hammond.
You all have to watch this again: