Los Angeles - Jeremy Clarkson thinks it's "unforgivable" of Kate Moss to have lost her temper on a flight simply "because she was hungry".
The 41-year-old supermodel had to be escorted off her easyJet flight last weekend after she allegedly called the pilot a "basic bitch" and became angry with the cabin crew when they admitted they'd run out of sandwiches.
Jeremy - who was sacked by the BBC earlier this year following a row over steak - jokingly wrote in The Sun newspaper: "It seems possible that Kate Moss flipped while on an easyJet flight this week because she was hungry.
"Hmmm. I'm a big fan of Kate but to lose your rag just because you can't get something to eat is unforgivable.
"Oh, hang on a minute..."
Last month, meanwhile, Jeremy Clarkson admitted it was his "own silly fault" he was sacked from the popular BBC motoring show Top Gear.
The 55-year-old presenter lost his job after attacking producer Oisin Tymon and leaving him with a split lip.
Reflecting on the incident, Jeremy said: "I didn't anticipate actually not doing it anymore. I was very sad but it was my own silly fault so I can hardly complain.
"I was at the BBC for 27 years and I did the current incarnation of Top Gear for 12 and it was very much my baby. I absolutely adored it and I worked all the time on it, all through the night and I paid attention to every little tiny bit of it and then suddenly you're not asked to do that anymore and you do feel as though there's a big hole that does need to be filled."
FYI: hungery + angry = hangry
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