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Jammy Jeremy

The allegations of adultery with an attractive TV production assistant against Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson were threatening never to go away for , but with every cloud comes a silver lining and here’s his: the big mouth TV presenter has reportedly been offered £1 million to act as spokes person for the Ashley Madison dating site.

But the site in question is no average dating site - it describes itself as ‘'the world's premier discreet dating service’ and uses the tag line: ‘Life is short. Have an affair.’

A spokesperson for Ashley Madison told The Guardian: ‘What he has or hasn't allegedly done isn't important, he has made discreet adultery a major talking point.’

Is that a good thing for adulterers? And, seeing as though the first rule of adultery is to not get caught, is Jezza really the right man for the job?

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