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Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson in trouble over beer tweet...
Controversial TV host Jeremy Clarkson is under fire once again for saying 'beer in cup holder' while driving
TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson has got into more trouble after tweeting about driving a car while he had beer in a cup holder. The 54-year-old Top Gear star, cruising in Australia, tweeted:
"One of the best drives of my life. Gravel road. M6. Sun going down. iPod playing Blind Faith. Beer in cup holder."
He was immediately under fire, accused of a casual attitude towards drink-driving.
Clarkson and his co-hosts from the BBC show are in Australia's Top End, in the northern territory, filming a Top Gear special.
He did not suggest he was drinking the ale, but was heavily attacked on Twitter and Instagram.
This is not the first time Clarkson has come under attack over alcohol.
The Top Gear presenters were condemned in 2008 after Clarkson and James May drank gin and tonics in the North Pole.
The BBC Trust was swamped with complaints from viewers then. It eventually upheld the complaints, saying that the clip "could be seen to glamorise the misuse of alcohol."
Clarkson was also involved in a controversial incident in Argentina recently with a number plate which allegedly referred to the Falklands War, H982 FKL.
The Argentinian ambassador to Britain demanded a public apology from the BBC and the show's crew had to leave the country.