The Grand Tour has continued its journey through Poland and has now reached Slovakia, and Jeremy Clarkson has been assuring us fans don’t miss out on a lot of the fun as he shares photos and videos from their time filming in these amazing countries.
But followers have noticed that the presenter’s Instagram account has recently come under attack by “p*rn bots”, as noted by many of his fans.
“Christ Jeremy, you get a lot of n*ncey comments!” one fan commented on a post from late last week. Another asked: “Wtf are all these comments above.”
A third wanted to break up the monotonous comments of the bots: “I’m here to place a comment amongst your Bots,” they commented. But despite fans’ best efforts, the comments just keep on coming.
“Looking at this thread makes me wonder… Has Clarkson become an icon for sl*ppers?” another concerned fans asks.
Jeremy’s account has obviously been added to the long list of accounts that are targeted by bots. These comments are made to persuade real users to click on them, but they are very obviously fake and part of a scam. We are in no way affiliated with Instagram, and this is only my personal advice, but please do not click on these accounts or any links they promote.
Jeremy is yet to comment on this, but these comments are still plaguing his posts on Instagram so please be aware.
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