As many of you have probably already heard, following the recent Russell Brand / Jonathan Ross scandal, Jeremy Clarkson has sparked new BBC controversy by joking about murdering prostitutes.
Jeremy made a joke about lorry drivers killing sex workers on Sunday's Top Gear.
As he completed a lorry-driving task, he said: "This is a hard job and I'm not just saying that to win favour with lorry drivers, it's a hard job. Change gear, change gear, change gear, check mirror, murder a prostitute, change gear, change gear, murder. That's a lot of effort in a day."
Those complaining that this joke should not have aired include several prostituties organisations.
As a former prostitute myself, I'm not greatly offended. It was a joke, we make tasteless jokes sometimes, I don't want Jeremy's head on a stick over this, but what do you think?