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Theft At Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farmshop by a “cu” Caught On Camera

Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm Shop is in the news again and this time, it has nothing to do with the council or the exploding Hawkstone Cider. Jeremy posted CCTV footage of the store on Instagram showing how a shoplifter stole food and alcohol! The matter was eventually reported to the police.

There is no update on whether Clarkson got to know of the act immediately or much later. In the video, the thief is seen walking around the store wearing a dark top, a cap, and a body warmer, happily lifting items with ease and putting them into his pocket. Clarkson wrote on Instagram:

“This man came “shopping” at the farm shop. I would like to meet the cu.”

However, a police investigation revealed that it wasn’t one but two men who arrived at the shop in the same vehicle around 4.15 pm on Tuesday afternoon in Oxfordshire. One of them nicked items worth £69 while the other stole two bottles of alcohol and another item- totalling up to £80.

A Thames Valley Police Spokesperson said:

“We received a report of shoplifting at Diddly Squat Farm Shop in Chipping Norton Road, Chadlington, at around 4.15pm yesterday.

Two men entered the shop after arriving in the same vehicle. One went to the till and bought £69-worth of goods while the other stole two bottles of alcohol and another unknown item, worth around £80.

Both men then left the shop, got back in the vehicle and drove off in the direction of Burford.”

The Instagram post has received likes upwards of 185000 in just 15 hours! Clarkson fans and personalities like Kaleb Cooper expressed their disgust at the incident by comment.

Cooper Kaleb said:

“Such a shame”

A funny but true comment:

“When you steal from someone who has 6.7 million followers and get caught on camera 😂”

One fan complimented the upload:

“Well done on making him famous for all the wrong reasons. Hopefully he will see this and think about he’s actions next time he goes shopping 😎”

This one seems like an ideal punishment:

“Punishment to fit the crime. He should be made to listen to an audiobook on stealing by Gerald”

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