Jeremy Clarkson Makes Controversial Joke Out of Horrific Sex Abuse Scandal
British TV star Jeremy Clarkson seems to enjoying making highly inappropriate jokes, and while some times it can make for comedy gold, it appears this time he may have gone too far (again!). Never afraid to just say whatever he wants, Jeremy referenced the recent paedophile scandal currently haunting the BBC following the horrible revelations that Sir Jimmy Savile was a serial sex offender. Jeremy took to twitter to make light of the situation by coming up with a highly controversial joke which has sparked outrage. He wrote:
“Can I just say that I’ve worked at the Bbc for 24 years and in all that time, no-one has ever tried to put his finger in my bottom.”
A spokesman for the National Association for People Abused in Childhood retorted that Jeremy would not find the situation so amusing if it was closer to home for him:
“Jeremy Clarkson is well known for coming out with real nonsense like this. I don’t think he realises the seriousness of the issue he is making fun of. If Stuart Hall or somebody of his ilk had got his hands on one of Jeremy Clarkson’s relatives, he might think twice. He should keep his head down.”
Stuart Hall, who is current 83-years-old, recently admitted to 14 charges of indecent assault against girls aged nine to 17 in a series of offenses dating back to 1967.