Top Gear frontman gets 'dirty protest' over attitude to emissions
JEREMY CLARKSON has become the target of climate change protesters after they dumped a pile of horse manure at the home of Top Gear presenter.
Women protesters, enraged by Clarkson's blasé attitude towards Co2 emissions, dumped dung in the drive of Clarkson's home in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, with a sign that read: "This is what you're landing us in."
Clarkson made no comment and Thames Valley Police said no-one was arrested, reports BBC News.
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Well, if you ask me (which you hadn't, I know), Clarkie's a breath of fresh air (forgive the pun) after all this environmental shit we get shoved down our throats. His major fault being that he's not much into bikes, but there again, if we could get to drive half the cars he does, we'd get our adrenaline rush on 4 wheels instead of (or as well as) four.
Posted: 22/09/2009 at 16:27
That's such a funny choice of protest!
Considering all the cows in the world produce more harmful greenhouse gasses than all the cars in the world it's so nice of these guys to bring the point to Clarkson who will no doubt make it very public so that next time they take the protest to a cow farm... Guess they won't be so fazed by a pile of manure tho.
He needs to surround that pile with modern V8 sportscars and leave them all running so they can suck in the harmfull methane coming off that manure and clean it with their advanced emission systems!
Posted: 23/09/2009 at 10:22
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