27 Mar 2015 Leave a comment
A day which, according to that faithful source Wikipedia, is, ‘a day for women to realise that their cleavage is something unique and that they should be proud of it.’
A day which, ‘gives women a chance to be beautiful and glow in the furtive, yet appreciative, glances their cleavage evokes from men.’ A day which, ‘gives men a legitimate reason to stare at boobs.’
Just what we need, right?
26 Mar 2015 Leave a comment
25 Mar 2015 Leave a comment
BBC director general Tony Hall said he took the decision to end Clarkson’s BBC career “with great regret”, 16 days after he was suspended following a “fracas” with a member of the Top Gear production team, but said the presenter had “crossed a line”.
A BBC investigation led by BBC Scotland boss Ken MacQuarrie found that Clarkson had subjected Oisin Tymon to a 30-second physical attack after a sustained verbal tirade. Tymon took himself to an A&E department after the assault.
The report, published on Wednesday, revealed the full extent of the attack at the Simonstone Hall hotel in North Yorkshire, which took place after a day’s filming in Newcastle on 4 March. MacQuarrie concluded that Tymon was “subject to an unprovoked physical and verbal attack” by Clarkson, during which he was “struck, resulting in swelling and bleeding to his lip”. The attack “lasted around 30 seconds and was halted by the intervention of a witness”, and Tymon “offered no retaliation”. It said Tymon was “shocked and distressed by the incident” and “drove to a nearby A&E department for examination”.
“Aggressive & abusive behaviour is not acceptable in the workplace” says
@Number10govafter BBC drop #Clarkson http://bbc.in/1xyWIrF
Clarkson’s contract with the BBC was due to expire at the end of March.