How can three wealthy, successful, well-educated men descend to such a level? Humour is not funny if it is making fun of a country which is poorer than ours. It is horrible how boorish, racist bully Clarkson and May used racial stereotypes to make fun of Mexico. The Top Gear presenters said that Mexicans were 'lazy' and 'flatulent' and they even said the Mexican Ambassador was probably asleep in front of the television so would not know of their comments. In fact he was watching Top Gear on the television and made a justified complaint about the slur on his country.
This puerile playground-type incident is reminiscent of Jonathon Ross and Russell Brand's attack on Andrew Sachs.
Clarkson is an arrogant show-off with his smug public-boy school humour. Isn't it about time this three big boys grew up? It is disgusting that three mature men; who are well-educated can act in such an ignorant and offensive way.
Bully Clarkson should be punished in a suitably childish way. Why not put him in stocks outside the BBC and invite Mexicans and other likeminded people to pelt him with rotten tomatoes. He is vile and a bully should be stood up to. Why the entire male population likes listening to this infantile rubbish is beyond me. Clarkson, although a talented journalist, in Top Gear spouts a lot of sexist drivel. Why have these three naughty boys been given their own show. A good wheeze would be for them to have their huge salaries docked. Why are the licence payers having to pay for this dross. The three should be forced to write, "I must not be such a stupid ignorant fool but must respect other people."
These three immature, bigoted men should be sent on a diversity awareness course or better still be replaced by three black lesbians with disabilities. It would be much more politically correct than Billy Bunter and crew. A time in the political wilderness would do the three amigos the world of good. Why not exile the three toffs to Salford with the BBC's restructuring. The entire Top Gear team could be sent to Salford and taught not to get "too big for their boots". I expect David Dimbleby would be secretly glad to be spared their lavatorial humour when he is preparing for "Question Time". Let's hope that the BBC will realise that Noddy and co are starting to look a little out-dated, "Parp, Parp!"