Following his suspension from the BBC this week and the subsequent canning of popular motor show Top Gear, the people of the UK have taken to Twitter to express their feelings on the matter to very mixed results.
Jeremy Clarkson suspended by the BBC
— Jonathan Orchard (@jon422002) March 11, 2015
— Darren Dodman (@D4RREN77) March 11, 2015
#BringBackClarkson even I in Austria want my Jeremy back – the old Jeremy, not the version the BBC seems to want. Let the man speak his mind
— Elisabeth Schabus (@ristrettoTV) March 11, 2015
– "He punched his line manager." - "Yeah, but he's funny." - "Well if you put it like that…" No other employer ever. #BringBackClarkson
— Woodo (@woodo79) March 11, 2015
#BringBackClarkson because there's hardly anything else worthy of note happening in the world.
— Moonbeam Mike (@NoThanksTheism) March 11, 2015
BBC suspends for a 'fracas'. Wow can only imagine reaction if they suspected a presenter had been abusing kids for yea…oh #BringBackClarkson
— tombrammar (@tombrammar) March 11, 2015
Why is #BringBackClarkson happening? Surely we've learned not to let BBC presenters get away with abhorrent behaviour. Haven't we? Anyone?
— Adam Hills (@adamhillscomedy) March 11, 2015
— Danny Ings Fan (@FutbolFinn) March 10, 2015
POLITICAL CORRECTNESS GONE MAD CAN'T A MAN BE RACIST HOMOPHOBIC AND VIOLENT AND KEEP HIS JOB ANYMORE? I BLAME THE LEFT #BringBackClarkson
— John Gibby (@john_gibby) March 10, 2015
Sums up the country when the petition #BringBackClarkson gets more attention than child abusers & killers being protected by Westminster.
— Sam Bray (@SamJBray) March 10, 2015