A 3D printing firm has pitched into the Jeremy Clarkson story with their unique 'tribute' to the Top Gear persenter.
Cashing in on the BBC controversy, CEL have launched a 3D-printable version of Clarkson’s head, available for free on 3D printing community My Mini Factory, which can then be attached to any Hungry Hippos game you may have lying around.
In a brilliant piece of marketing, they say: "Now the whole family can feed Jeremy by playing Hungry Hungry Clarksons. CEL Robox were saddened to hear the Top Gear presenter went into a rage after being hungry for his steak, and have created a new game so Jeremy never goes hungry again!"
It'll take just under four hours to print on a reasonably priced 3D printer, so you'd better hurry up before Mr Clarkson's lawyers put a stop to it.