Jeremy Clarkson in talks for top UAE customer service training role

Jeremy Clarkson is in negotiations for a senior customer service training role in Abu Dhabi following his dramatic exit from hit BBC motoring show Top Gear, The Pan-Arabia Enquirer can exclusively reveal.

While the move from TV host to training the Middle East’s waiters, maids and delivery drivers would be a dramatic change for Clarkson, the new position would allow the controversial media personality to make use of talents which are no longer appreciated in his native UK, claimed Sade Addelson, managing director of the Arabian Institute Of Service Excellence And Correctional Facility.

“Jeremy has a wonderful ability to deal with people, especially in his willingness to resort to violence and to tackle issues like a person’s inferior race head on,” said Addelson. “He’s a bold and dynamic thinker – he knows what he wants, and he won’t stop until he gets it. He’s exactly the person we need to instil our workers with the appropriate levels of fear and subservience they’ll require for their jobs in the GCC.”

Addelson added that Clarkson’s unique skillset would be used across all the organisation’s training units and that the former presenter was the perfect disciplinarian to “teach our waiting staff the consequences of failing to follow instructions, however irrational and alcohol-fuelled.”

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2 Responses to Jeremy Clarkson in talks for top UAE customer service training role

  1. Roy-M. (@TheFilmPortal) March 26, 2015 at 12:24 pm

    Let him cure the French waiters first!

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  2. Radekal March 28, 2015 at 7:37 am

    If this improves waiters’ willingness to bring the change on time ,I am supporting Jeremy 100%. I also wonder what would be his strategy in the Lebanese restaurants notorious for overcharging for ‘free’ extras. I may even contribute to Jeremy’s mission and send him a pair of boxing gloves.

    He could also look into training the Emirati drivers, but it may be a bit waste of time.

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