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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Steve Howarth

January 04, 2011 7:38 PM

Another Muslim sense of humour failure...what a surprise, I'm getting really fed up with the "don't look at us or we'll get offended" school of religion, they should join in with the rest of us or go away and stop pretending to mix with polite society...keep it up boys & how long will it take to grow that Stig?
Stig, remember him?...the one in the white burka

edjkle - Unregistered

January 04, 2011 7:39 PM

kind of off topic, but did anyone see clarksons dvd, the part at the ferrari test track "clarkson - the 458 is faster than YOU, please confirm you understand this message" LOL

TheTruth - Unregistered

January 04, 2011 8:28 PM

It's just laughable crash are posting this story here.

Since when was this a TV show forum ? It has F*** all to do with F1.

Good for them for winding up the PC brigade who can all jump of a tall building, political correctness (and health and safety) have ruined the UK.

spaghettieddie - Unregistered

January 04, 2011 8:35 PM
Last Edited 1738 days ago

One more thing Crash, dont put up a story about Burka's if you can not handle people bringing up Mohammed or Muslim or any other word that is relevent to a story that involves the Muslim faith.
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