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Manx Pratt Jeremy Clarkson loses human rights claim to Isle of Man path

by | 27th, April 2012

IT’S just gotten that little bit easier to see Jeremy Clarkson shagging. Clarkson’s wife, Mrs Frances Clarkson was of the opinion that a public footpath close to their Ieel of Man home was breach of their human rights . Their property resembles a lighthouse.

But Deemster David Doyle preferred to protect the “rights and freedoms” of the great unwashed. The path stays open to the public.

The BBC reports:

Mrs Clarkson said the couple would not be making any comment about the decision.

But they’ve said enough, haven’t they. No comment is still a comment. And what about those human rights…? Can this be the Clarkson who wrote:

A question. It’s addressed to all the equal opportunity, human rights, diet carbon, back room, bleeding heart liberals…

Is he one of them?

Clarkson wrote:

I joke often about how, if I were in power, I’d employ police marksmen to sit on motorway bridges picking off people who drive too slowly… I can think of many people who could and should be removed from the scene in such a way that no one can really explain what happened. George Monbiot. Ken Livingstone. Various hardline Muslim fanatics. Most human rights lawyers. Anyone with a rally jacket. People in Babyshambles. People with beards. Anyone with a sign on their desk that says “You don’t have to be mad to work here”, anyone in a jungle in Australia, anyone who claps along to the oompah music at the Horse of the Year Show, and everyone at the Ideal Home exhibition.

And:

There was one girl

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