The UK TV watchdog Ofcom has given popular BBC television programme "Top Gear" their permission and blessings to insult the Mexicans.
However, the Mexican-insulting contract from the BBC failed to mention the other conditions connected with this particular permission.
The three presenters, Jeremy Clarkperson, James June-July and Richard Farfisa-Organ have been instructed that they also must ensure they mock other nations, nationalities and races in equal proportions, although referring to the lunatic, Taliban-type, fringe-of-humanity animals as "towel heads" is not allowed, as they are very nice folk who are very sensitive about that and liable to murder you by Fatwah at the drop of a hat. Or in their case the drop of a towel.
Ofcom have issued a list of potentials for Top Gear to insult in up-and-coming programmes, and this includes:
The Poles to be referred to as "noisy, employment-stealing, Foreigners"
The Slovenians as "noisy, employment-stealing, Foreigners"
The Irish, as 'thick, Guinness-swilling Paddies"
The Welsh as "language-mutilating, sheep-worriers"
The Germans, as 'humourless Krauts, and don't mention the war, or 1966"
The French as "Sarkozy bozos, smelling of garlic and cheap Beaujolais nouveau"
The Americans as "loud, fat and ignorant"
The Iranians as "warmongering, Arabian fruitcakes"
The Nigerians as "useless, African, b*st*rd, spammers"
The BNP as "pig-ignorant, racist Nazis"
Bankers as "parasites"
Richard and Judy as "husband and wife"
So far, both Ofcom and the Top Gear team have found George Galloway to be totally indescribable.