Jeremy Clarkson has gone off on an airport worker who kicked him off a flight while allegedly yelling: "I'm from Argentina so f*** you!"

According to The Sun, the TV star was on his way home from Germany with his buddies James May and Richard Hammond, when they were stopped from boarding.

James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond star together on the Grand Tour. Photo / Supplied
James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond star together on the Grand Tour. Photo / Supplied

The check-in agent, Manuel Pereira, was evidently upset at Clarkson over a

Top Gear

episode in which Clarkson drove a car with a controversial Falklands number plate which was taken as a reference to the Falklands War.

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"Our security guys turned round and said, 'They're not letting us on'. I said to this little bald guy, 'What's the problem?' He had a big smile on his face. He said, 'You've missed it.' We said we had left the lounge when we were told, and he said, 'I'm from Argentina so f*** you,'" Clarkson said.

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"This ignorant little worm made us miss our plane and he will pay for it. The police said it was a hate crime and he would be arrested. Yes, even the Germans were 100 per cent on our side - for once."

"Richard Hammond and our producer also heard him. It was disgraceful."

Clarkson continued on calling Pereira a "stupid, bitter and twisted little man" and vowed: "he's not heard the last of this."

However, according to The Sun, Pereira claimed he was Spanish, not Argentinian, and denied swearing. He said: "I would never say such a thing. I wasn't rude. I was polite and professional."