Jeremy Clarkson's attempt at sensitivity still manages to offend an entire city
Catchup News learns today that try as he may, and he is very trying, Jeremy Clarkson doesn’t seem to be able to go anywhere without insulting everyone over just about anything. According to the Liverpool Echo, references to kippers, Tabasco and even a limp Ceasar salad appear to have inflamed the wrath of it’s local residents.
Clarkson made the “derogatory” remarks in his column for the Sunday Times, in which he described his recent trip to Liverpool as; a place where people “earn less, die more quickly, have fewer jobs and live in houses that are worth the square root of sod all”. So only a minor amount of offence then. Nothing that should have ruffled too many feathers. Oh, and he also made a point of noting how his specific food requirements had caused much bemusement, as he attempted to order a kipper with Tabasco sauce for breakfast, both of which waitresses in the city denied all knowledge of. And then he was disgruntled by the local version of a Caesar salad, which he said was like “bits of bread that appeared to have been dipped into a bowl full of lukewarm washing-up water”.
What a hard life you lead Clarkson. More from Catchup News after the click.