The BBC made the decision that verbally abusing someone followed by a physical assault that sent them to A&E crossed the line, a decision that was “PC gone mad” according to the Internet.
“If you can’t punch a colleague when you are hungry, then what can you do?” one Daily Mail commenter said but with many more spelling mistakes.
“The BBC just don’t like it that Jeremy Clarkson just says it how it is,” they continued, “like accurate 0-60 times and that he likes a Ferrari over a BMW.”
Many believe that the BBC have been wanting to get rid of Clarkson for years, but kept on accidentally renewing his contract and recommissioning Top Gear, an accusation that is denied by Clarkson’s ex-producer and punchbag.
“I quite liked him,” said Oison Tymon from behind a black eye and swollen lip.
“That’s why I never reported him. That and the reception in hospitals is appalling. I would have been happy to work with him for years to come if he hadn’t confused my surname Tymon as Tyson.”
Many Twitter botherers have promised to track down the man who reported Clarkson in the first place and “hurt him”. However the plan may backfire as Clarkson reported the incident himself meaning those out to protect him may actually deal him out a dose of Karma