We all know how controversial Jeremy Clarkson can be, but has he taken things a step too far this time round. The 54-year-old was suspended by the BBC after a fracas with producer apparently and reported as Oisin Tymon. But since his suspension a petition has started as well as fans not being happy at all, so much so they have taken to Twitter to vent their anger.
The online petition over on Change.org titled “BBC: BRING BACK CLARKSON” has 210,027 supporters; all they need now is 89,973 to reach 300,000. The petition also says ‘Freedom to fracas’ with the hashtag #BringBackClarkson.
Fans of the BBC show Top Gear are so angry that they are not going to see the last three episodes; apparently the suspension was over Clarkson and the producer’s fracas over food. No one knows the real story behind the argument and what was said.
Many Top Gear fans have said it is not fair they have to miss out on the last three episodes, they have reportedly been cancelled.
Clarkson took to Twitter yesterday and mocked Labour leader Ed Miliband, but James May, Richard Hammond and Clarkson’s daughter have all taken to Twitter to have their say.
James May believes saving cardboard boxes and off-cuts of string is more useful than saving Clarkson, Richard Hammond believes no one will notice if Last of the Summer Wine is shown instead of Top gear. The Clarkson’s daughter Em Clarkson took to Twitter asking the BBC to take him back because he has started cooking.
All across social media people believe Clarkson should be replaced with Guy Martin, do you agree or disagree?