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Simon Leufstedt

Jeremy Clarkson, from Top Gear, wants to execute striking public sector workers

The clown, Jeremy Clarkson makes a fool out of himself and the BBC yet again. In a very tasteless rant on the One Show, Jeremy Clarkson said he wanted to take public sector workers, who were striking earlier this week, outside and "execute them in front of their families."

Here is the transcript of the conversation where Clarkson says he would like to see strikers executed "in front of their families":

Matt Baker [presenter]: Well Jeremy, schools, hospitals, airports, even driving tests, have all been affected. Do you think the strikes have been a good idea?

Jeremy Clarkson [guest]: I think they have been fantastic. Absolutely. London today has just been empty. Everybody stayed at home, you can whizz about, restaurants are empty.

Alex Jones [presenter]: The traffic, actually, has been very good today.

Jeremy Clarkson: Airports, people streaming through with no problems at all. And it's also like being back in the 70s. It makes me feel at home somehow.

Matt Baker: Do you know anyone who has been on strike today?

Jeremy Clarkson: Of course I don't, no. What, somebody public service? No, I don't. No, absolutely. But we have to balance this though, because this is the BBC.

Matt Baker: Yes, exactly.

Jeremy Clarkson: Frankly, I'd have them all shot. I would take them outside and execute them in front of their families. I mean, how dare they go on strike when they have these gilt-edged pensions that are going to be guaranteed while the rest of us have to work for a living?

Matt Baker: Well, on that note of balancing an opinion, of course those are Jeremy's views.

Alex Jones: Only Jeremy's views.

Jeremy Clarkson: They're not. I've just given two views for you.

"Come on! It's just a joke, like on Top Gear!" Watch Stewart Lee mocks Jeremy Clarkson's "I was only joking" defence:

Also, do you remember when Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear faked those electric car failures?

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