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Jeremy Clarkson Angry Over Disaster On Clarkson’s Farm: “I’m Not Making This Up”

Jeremy Clarkson has announced on Twitter that he is facing a disaster as he’s been forced to stop harvesting because of the current heatwave sweeping yet again across the UK. This comes only a couple of weeks after a pig died on his Diddly Squat Farm from heat exhaustion.

Now, as temperatures soar once again to “lethally hot” temperatures according to the Met office, the organisation has now issued an amber warning. This is affecting people across the country, and this includes the Clarkson’s Farm presenter as he expresses his anger on Twitter.

“F*cketty f*ck,” he wrote. “Had to stop harvesting because of, and I’m not making this up, the fire risk.”

“Please stay safe!!!” a fan of his responded before Jeremy Clarkson answered: “Safe? Bollocks to that. I’m trying to harvest next year’s Hawkstone”

“Are you suffering from the drought?” another asked. “So far, the springs are holding up. But for how long, who knows? Jeremy pondered.

After being asked where the fire risk came from, The Grand Tour presenter answered: “Any damn thing. A bit of litter. A spark from the combine. A fag end. A careless rambler.”

Less than a week ago, Jeremy wrote a column expressing his annoyance over the effect of the heat on Diddly Squat.

“One of my pigs died from heat exhaustion, my potatoes look like sultanas, and my springs are drying up, which means that to stay alive I have to suck the moisture out of moss, or drink beer.”

There was a number of issues caused by the heat. He continued:

“Meanwhile, my cows are so hungry they are prepared to walk through an electric fence every day to look for food.

“To get round the problem, I spent half a day building a proper fence with posts sunk deep into the bedrock. But even this was no deterrent to a starving ton of meat and muscle.

“To try to keep them off the road, I’m using bribery, feeding them the hay I cut earlier in the year,” he admitted.

He later warned his readers that he’ll eat his own animals due to lack of food:

“Come the winter, there won’t be enough to go round. I may have to start eating them,’ he wrote.

Alex Harrington

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