December 19, 2011 by staff
Jeremy Clarkson, Ofcom announced on Monday that it had launched an investigation into the Top Gear presenter after he said that striking public sector workers should be executed in front of their families.
The 51 year-old host of the cult BBC Two show, caused outrage when he made the comments on the corporation’s popular The One Show, during the national strikes last month.
The veteran television presenter and newspaper columnist also complained about being delayed by people throwing themselves in front of trains.
He later apologised for the remarks.
Despite the public broadcaster also issuing a swift apology, the comments led to more than 21,000 complaints to the BBC and almost 800 to Ofcom.
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