I wondered when this would make the news

I have a sneaking suspicion that Messrs Clarkson and May were deliberately trying to draw out these fucktards with their behaviour on Sunday.

Anti-smoking campaigners have asked the BBC to apologise after Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May lit pipes on Sunday’s show.

“Smoking in a studio is illegal. We would hope programme-makers make some form of apology,” said a spokeswoman for Action on Smoking and Health (Ash).

I would hope that Assholes Shitting on Humans would just shut the fuck up and leave well alone. Because the law they pressured for for years was a stupid one, and they don’t particularly like that being pointed out…

It’ll be interesting to see how the nannies respond to this; they can ignore it and set a very welcome precedent, or they can prosecute to the full extent of the law – resulting in Clarkson having to spend some of his pocket change and becoming a bit of a martyr. Which would be exactly what he’d like to see…

Of course, it could always be the case that the law was so badly written that mere video/pictorial evidence isn’t acceptable, and that it needs to be witnessed by a council enforcement fucktard. In which case nothing would happen, and the idiocy of the law would be further displayed. So it’s a win-win-win situation.

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