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Thursday, 12 March 2015

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No Top Gear anymore, it is now called 'Flop Gear' and will go completely organic!

Iconic British TV automobile show, Top Gear, has been hauled off the TV because it's main presenter swung a left hook at one of the team who produces the global hit week in week out (Rather out).

Jeremy C, a rather controversial chap, who once dared say the dreaded n-word on TV after quoting a kiddies poem that once was normal in British society, has been dumped. He often makes sexist comments about women drivers (who doesn't?), but being a fab TV star one is not allowed to say such things in public.

Top Gear will now continue with a different name called, Flop Gear! There will be a new presenter and anybody with 2 peas in their brain, can act like kiddies in a toy shop or playground doing stupid things whilst playing with automobiles and not with themselves is being considered!

The least we heard over at Jaggedone's CIA (Cockroach Infiltration Army) HQ in the main bog at the BBC center was that US maniac and ex-presenter of Jackass, Ryan Dunn (RIP), was in the running, but sadly he took one risk too many so the BBC are considering Terry Wogan to take over and send everybody into a deeper sleep than the present team at Top Gear does!

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