F1 » Top Gear in hot water over burkas – again

Cult BBC motoring show Top Gear's decision to dress Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond in burkas during the Middle Eastern special on Boxing Day has led to rather a fall-out...

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Just another reminder from the politicians of this country that the British sense of humour must be subjugated to the whims of every other race and creed! Not allowed to make fun about anything or anybody in this "politically correct" era of multiculturalism! There is no such thing as multiculturalism, when you consider how many countries in the world are actually almost at war with their own next door neighbours, if not actually fighting them!!! If people from 2 countries cannot get on and resolve their local differences, then what makes all these European politicians think that we can flood Europe with them and everything will be wonderfully harmonious???

Green Monster

January 04, 2011 2:57 PM

MADNESS! it is comedy, u just have to look at who they portrayed as Jesus to know that. Only the American Gov'ment think tht TG is a factual program and not entertainment lol :)

Personally i loved it and i didn't think 'OMG they're wearing Burkas how racist' i did however think 'here come the ridiculous complaints'

aaa - Unregistered

January 04, 2011 3:53 PM

Freedom of choice which they do not get in some of those countries....At least we can turn it over.

Geez peeps, stop complaining and use the rights we gave you......freedom of access to all sorts of "Entertainment".....Don't like it turn over, I don't like lots of things on the telly but I don't complain every 5 minutes, I turn it off!!

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