Bring Back Clarkson : Clarkson’s Punch Trends On Twitter

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The hashtag #BringBackClarkson is topping the trends on twitter at the moment as a result of his recent fracas with a producer. Not to condone violence, but there is very little info on what exactly the Top Gear presenter did, reports suggest that he ‘punched’ the producer for being late with his dinner, but who knows the extent of this. What we do know is that the public appear to be getting fed up with this tittle tattle culture where everybody seems to be jumping on a bandwagon to get someone else in ‘trouble’. Playground stuff.

This being said though, if you let one act of violence slide you run the risk of other, more serious acts being overlooked. However, at this stage nobody really knows the extent of this altercation, so for now, why don’t the public leave it be? Afterall, we all love a bit of Top Gear, right!? Check out the Clarkson poll here, where you can have your say and vote to keep, or dismiss Clarkson.

Source

Mail Online, (2015). Food fight! Revealed: BBC suspended Jeremy Clarkson 'for punching producer because his DINNER wasn't ready on time' - as 250,000 sign petition calling for Top Gear star to be reinstated. Retrieved 11th March, 2015, from http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2988412/Top-Gear-s-Jeremy-Clarkson-suspended-BBC-fracas-producer.html#ixzz3U4grj2vH

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