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Clarkson debacle sparks a new “f-word”


FRACAS… if you haven’t heard or read that word in the past 24 hours you’re probably experiencing load-shedding because the word has been abuzz on social networking sites, in newspapers and on TV following the suspension of the world’s most famous motoring journalist, Jeremy Clarkson(54), from the BBC.

The suspension comes in light of accusations that Mr Clarkson hit one of the show’s producers, which sparked the fracas which means, a noisy argument or fight. The BBC has confirmed that Sunday’s episode will not be shown, but gave few details.

This fracas is supposedly the final chance for Clarkson - after having received warnings last year over claims that he used a racist word while filming an episode of Top Gear last year.

We can’t help but feel that this might be an elaborate publicity stunt by the BBC. The show and its presenters have now been trending on almost every social media site for the past day or so, meaning that Top Gear is once again in everyone’s minds.

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