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Watch Jeremy Clarkson Freak Out As Diddly Squat Farm Is Targeted By Eco-Warriros

Last year, Jeremy Clarkson’s Farm Diddly Squat was targeted by eco-warriors in a prank created by Ant and Dec for their show, Saturday Night Takeaway. Now, the show has aired and the video of Jeremy reacting to the prank was been published online.

The incident happened 5 months ago when Jeremy returned to the farm in his Range Rover Sport. He returned to find spray painting on his buildings and a group of people chanting and holding signs. “No more seeds, no more toil, keep your tractors off our soil,” the signs read.

His partner Lisa was with him, and with her own camera, recorded what happened from her point of view.

Soon after this was reported, it was revealed to be a prank by comedic duo Ant and Deck for their show Saturday Night Takeaway. And the actors who were chanting as Jeremy returned were fighting for ‘soil rights’, arguing that soil had feelings.

“It was like something out of a Monty Python movie, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” an onlooker told the MailOnline.

“First there was a naked man being chased by a policeman and then this digger appears out of nowhere and dumps all this stuff all over the car. What really shocked me was that Clarkson didn’t say a word, which is not like him at all.

“Normally he has an opinion on everything, but he just stood there silent as all this stuff landed on his car.”

Thames Valley Police also announced to the public that they’d been notified about the incident. They tweeted the following:

“We would like to confirm that this was not a police matter as this was a television film crew filming actors in a protest scene. We were made aware of the filming in advance, and no offences have been committed.”

Watch the whole video below:

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