Jeremy Clarkson’s Farm Shop Vandalised In Latest Photos Of Diddly Squat


UPDATE: It’s been revealed that it was a prank on Jeremy by presenters Ant and Dec.

Jeremy Clarkson’s Farm, Diddly Squat, looks like it’s been vandalised in photos sent to Grand Tour Nation.

Diddly Squat Farm has been the centre of attention not only for fans since the release of Jeremy’s new Amazon Prime Video show, Clarkson’s Farm, but also with locals from Chadlington and the surrounding villages who have complained about the increase in traffic and dangerous drivers.

 

After a meeting with his neighbours, Jeremy has revealed that he would be building a restaurant out of an old lambing shed on his land. This has angered many, but most seemed to agree with the future of the business. Jeremy revealed in his recent column that it was the council planners that he now has to win over.

“It was a (mostly) polite battle between the red-tractor movement and the red trousers and I think I did quite well,” he wrote.

But now, photos sent from a fan who has asked to stay anonymous shows possible vandalism on the farm.

The photos show Jeremy’s Range Rover parked in front of the farm shop. There’s spray painting on the wall of the shop, a number of tents next to it on the ground, a large pile of what looks to be dirt or manure, and a sign.

The photos aren’t the greatest of quality, but the sign looks to say the following:

“No more seeds, no more toil, keep your tractors off our soil.”

Lisa Hogan, Jeremy’s girlfriend, can be seen talking to a group of people in the midst of the mayhem.

Jeremy has made plenty of enemies during his creation of Diddly Squat Farm, but we’re yet to hear anything from Jeremy himself on what has happened or which group of people are behind this, or if it’s a scenario created for the series.

Clarkson’s Farm Series 2 is likely to be released next year, so hopefully we’ll see more of what was behind this.

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