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  • Jeremy Clarkson sacking: Trolls attack Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon

    2019 - 05.21

    Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon. Photo: Barcroft Media via GC ImagesClarkson a by-product of systemClarkson’s road to ruin
    Nanjing Night Net

    The Top Gear producer, who the BBC found was “attacked” by show’s host Jeremy Clarkson, has copped a deluge of abuse online.

    Oisin Tymon was at the centre of the incident which resulted in Clarkson being sacked by the BBC and has been labelled “the most hated man ever” and a “cry baby” by social media trolls.

    Hashtags supporting Clarkson, including #bringbackclarkson and #boycottbbc, have sprung up with some users saying that Oisin “probably deserved it” and should have been the one fired.

    A BBC investigation has found that Tymon was “subject to an unprovoked physical and verbal attack” by Clarkson at the North Yorkshire hotel on March 4.

    The senior producer was “struck, resulting in swelling and bleeding to his lip” and drove himself to the emergency department for examination. I hope that prick #OisinTymon is happy getting #JeremyClarkson fired, what’s he going to produce now? Noddy? — Steve Russell (@rudge357) March 25, 2015 To meet Oisin Tymon in person and feed him the very food he denied Clarkson. Then, beat him to a pulp with a rolling pin. #LifeGoals — Pasan Weerasinghe (@PortelloFanatic) March 25, 2015 All could have been avoided if this Oisin Tymon geezer had a pair and just punched him back… #Clarkson#RIPTopGear — Lee (@sutman6) March 25, 2015 Anyone sending vile tweets to #OisinTymon should be utterly ashamed. How has the victim in this debacle become a target?! #Clarkson — Lucy Horobin (@LucyHorobin) March 25, 2015

    Oisin does not appear to have a Twitter account, while Clarkson has changed his bio to “I used to be a presenter on the BBC2 motoring show, Top Gear.”

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