Jeremy Clarkson, the car-loving BBC version of Don Cherry, has been suspended by the Beeb.
Clarkson apparently had an argument with a producer over an incident where he recited the common nursary rhyme:
Eeny, meeny, mynie, moAs per the Guardian, Clarkson mumbled through the immortal second line of the song, but that wasn't good enough for the diversity enforcers. Anti-liberty activist Aliya Mohammed declared "racism is illegal".
Catch a nigger by the toe
If he hollers let him go
Eeny, meeny, mynie, mo.
Possibly related: Clarkson is in negotiations for a new contract with the BBC, and Clarkson's company made about $1.2M in profits last year despite selling the rights to Top Gear to the BBC for almost $10M a few years back.