Jeremy Clarkson seeks revenge on airport worker who made him miss flight
Jeremy Clarkson is to seek revenge on the "ignorant little worm" who kicked him off his flight home from Argentina.
The former 'Top Gear' presenter was on a business trip to the country in South America filming for his, Richard Hammond and James May's new 'The Grand Tour Show' and when they attempted to return home to England on Monday night (14.11.16), the 56-year-old claims they missed their schedule British Airways flight from Stuttgart airport because one of the staff members, Manuel Pereira, laughed in their faces, told them to f*** off" and that they couldn't get on the aircraft.
In a expletive-laden rant, he fumed: "This ignorant little worm made us miss our plane and he will pay for it.
"The police said it was a hate crime and he would be arrested. Yes even the Germans were 100 per cent on our side - for once.
"Our security guys turned round and said, 'They're not letting us on.'
"I said to this little bald guy, 'What's the problem?' He had a big smile on his face.
"He said, 'You've missed it.' We said we had left the lounge when we were told, and he said, 'I'm from Argentina so f*** off.'"
Despite the trio and their producer getting home by an EasyJet flight, Clarkson says this is not the end of it and that the airport worker will "pay" for his misconduct.
According to The Sun newspaper, he said: "Richard Hammond and our producer also heard him. It was disgraceful."
"He marched off looking please with himself, no doubt to enjoy a disgusting dinner of refried beans.
"But he's not heard the last of this."
He goes on to claim that staff felt they were "too drunk" to fly, but police had told them they were going to speak with Pereira and rectify the situation.
Clarkson added: "His colleagues were suggesting we were too drunk. But we'd had one can of beer.
"The police met us and could see we were sober and promised they would sort him out. They're horrified.
He concluded by saying Pereira is a "bitter and twisted little man" and slammed the country's armed forces by saying they are "completely useless".
He continued: "We had to get an EasyJet flight to Gatwick instead but the BA one ended up being delayed anyway.
"So we actually got back sooner. It's England 1, Argentina 0 again.
"He's a stupid, bitter and twisted little man who can't get into his head that Argentina's armed forces are completely useless."