Jeremy Clarkson has found himself in trouble with The Welsh again after making a speech to recently graduated students of Chester University.
It is alleged that during his talk on, "tolerance within media," Clarkson suddenly remarked, "Your practically all Welsh aren't you? Are your graduate robes made from sheep wool?"
The crowd of 21-24 year olds apparently gave Clarkson a mixed response over his remark. However, this didn't deter the controversial Top Gear presenter from pressing his anti-Welsh theme home.
"There was an internet petition for me to be Prime Minister" he continued, "If I got into power I'd build a wall round Wales and fill it with water. It will be like a reservoir so there won't be any more hosepipe bans. Plus most of the Welsh will drown. I can't see a reason why this shouldn't be done."
A student, who wants to remain anonymous (as she failed her degree and hasn't told her father yet) said, "He seemed to be just entertaining himself. He was there drinking whiskey and smoking away. I thought it was pretty funny but some Welsh people didn't."
Clarkson refused to apologise, claiming those that wanted an apology were, "Nazis."
A Top Gear spokesman said, "Boys will be boys. The man's a bit of an idiot. It's best to forget what he said, move on and not invite him to any kind of public function in the future."