It's 2015 and people are distraught Jeremy Clarkson lost his job for punching someone in the face

Dina Rickman@dinarickman
Wednesday 25 March 2015 15:00

Welcome to the 21st century, where it is no longer acceptable to physically and verbally abuse your colleagues and make them believe they have been sacked.

It's a world where Jeremy Clarkson's Top Gear contract will not be renewed after he launched an "unprovoked attack" on Oisin Tymon and left his producer in A&E. After the attack, Tymon believed he had been sacked, and Clarkson was the one who told BBC bosses about the assault.

Responding to the news today, Tymon said he loved Top Gear and had worked on the show for nearly a decade.

"Over that time Jeremy and I had a positive and successful working relationship, making some landmark projects together. He is a unique talent and I am well aware that many will be sorry his involvement in the show should end in this way," he said.

Truly, we live in an era where political correctness has gone mad, because many people began blaming Tymon for Clarkson being sacked.

For some, because Clarkson makes money he should be allowed to physically assault people:

Others actually like him because he has previously physically assaulted people:

What. A. Lad.

As for Tymon and BBC TV director Danny Cohen?

One of Clarkson's most high profile defenders was former Conservative MP Louise Mensch, who tweeted her distress at the news.

Before finally completely and utterly losing the plot.

What a time to be alive.

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