Jeremy Clarkson at Chelsea vs PSG as Top Gear host makes the most of his suspension

The broadcaster was suspended from the BBC this week following a 'fracas'

Simon Rice
Wednesday 11 March 2015 21:11
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Jeremy Clarkson at Stamford Bridge
Jeremy Clarkson at Stamford Bridge

How does one spend time after being suspended from their job due to a 'fracas' with a colleague? By spending the evening at the football it seems.

Jeremy Clarkson, host of Top Gear, was earlier this week suspended by the BBC after allegedly punching a producer in an argument about food.

Whilst an investigation is undertaken the controversial broadcaster has been suspended, with the remaining three episodes of the current Top Gear series being postponed indefinitely.

So with some spare time on his hands Clarkson went for a night at the football. He was pictured at the Champions League tie between Chelsea and Paris St Germain at Stamford Bridge, where the two teams were vying for a place in the quarter-finals of the competition.

Jeremy Clarkson at Stamford Bridge

Jeremy Clarkson takes in the football at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night (Getty)
He could be seen joking around with those sitting near him
Clarkson appeared very animated

Clarkson looked in good humour as he joked with fellow football fans, perhaps trying out the quip used earlier in the day when doorstepped by reporters at his London home that he was "just off to the job centre".

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