So apparently Jeremy Clarkson is ‘furious’ over someone from the BBC comparing him to Jimmy Savile.
Was that person implying that Clarkson is a sexual predator – no; were they implying that he believes he has the power and influence to do or say what he likes without recrimination or negative consequences? Probably.
Jumping to his defense over his recent ‘fracas’, we have the likes of David Cameron and Kirsty Allsopp, who would hate to see Clarkson taken off our screens because their kids love Top Gear.
Like or or not, people in the public eye have a responsibility to be good role models; especially for our children.
My message to Clarkson would be the same message I’ve shared with others who are happy to freely give their opinions on matters with no regard to any offence or upset they may cause:
If you can’t take it, don’t dish it out.