Clarkson caused somewhat of an uproar when he criticised Americans for their lack of aid toward Hurricane Katrina victims in his column in The Sun.
He said that: "Most Americans barely have the brains to walk on their back legs," and went on to claim that starving black people in New Orleans were being shot by helicopter gunships rather than being rescued.
But that isn't his first shot of abuse over the Atlantic. During the 'American Roadtrip' episode of Top Gear, he stated "In some parts of America people have begun to mate with vegetables."
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