If there's one thing that the presenters from Top Gear do well, it's entertain and piss people off.
Well, Jeremy Clarkson and James May were the two culprits doing some of the latter this time around.
According to reports from the U.K., Clarkson and May staged a crash with two Peugeots near an accident site where a 26-year-old woman lost her life in a Peugeot motoring accident back in 2010.
Though the segment has yet to air, it seems that some Brits aren't too pleased claiming it was reckless stunt and an insensitive thing to do for the family of the lost one. Of course, the article doesn't actually source a comment from a family of the deceased stating so.
In addition, who knows what Top Gear is actually up to with its segment? Though it has turned into a comedy show the past several seasons, perhaps the boys and girls involved in the production are using its colossal viewership to send a positive message and, maybe, even educate a few folks.
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Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May have sparked controversy after stunting a crash at the scene of a horrific car accident which killed a woman.
Jane Sandalls, 26, died in a head-on collision with a newly-qualified driver who skidded on black ice at the bend on the B4437 in Charlbury, Oxfordshire.
But this afternoon, the BBC's hit show used the site - a few miles from Clarkson's Oxfordshire home - as the stage for a stunt, resulting in a dramatic crash which will be screened later this year...