Video: Top Gear Mexico remarks get the animated dramatization treatment
It started with politically incorrect commentary from Jerermy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May; the hosting trio of the BBC's Top Gear. When discussing the Mexican-built Mastretta MXT, the three quickly turned to jokes relating the car to stereotypical viewpoints on Mexican citizens.
Shortly thereafter, the Mexican Ambassador didn't find the spot humorous and complained to the BBC, which in turn has issued an apology (kind of). Now this entire affair has reached the modern pinnacle of worldwide attention... it's been (That's right, you guessed it!) turned into a cartoon by Next Media Animation. Finally!
Click past the jump to view Taiwan's take on the the show's falling out with Mexico. And remember, Top Gear can suck it!
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