Clarkson's farm is vandalised as protesters daub graffiti across shop

Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat farm is vandalised as protesters daub ‘Save Our Turf, Save The Earthgraffiti across shop

  • ジェレミー・クラークソン, 61, opened shop last year and has met opposition to expansion
  • Onlookers said protestors strung up a banner outside farm shop in Oxfordshire
  • Graffiti was also scribbled on building, which appears to be surrounded by tents
  • It follows the TV host calling activists blocking the M25 ‘beardy people in crocs
  • Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat farm appears to have been vandalised by protesters who strung up a banner saying ‘Save Our Turf, Save The Earthacross his farm shop.

    Photos show graffiti scribbled on the side of the building in Chadlington, オックスフォードシャー, which appears to be surrounded by tents.

    The 61-year-old presenter’s Land Rover was said to be caught up in the incident, and his partner Lisa Hogan spoke to people who turned up.

    He opened the shop last year, and has met opposition to expansion with locals raising concerns over traffic and police also expressing worries about any further extensions.

    The apparent vandalism follows Clarkson calling climate change activists blocking the M25 ‘beardy people in crocs with smelly armpits.

    Protestors camped outside of Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat Farm Shop in Chadlington, Oxon, where they have strung up banners and spray painted the side of the building

    Protestors camped outside of Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm Shop in Chadlington, Oxon, where they have strung up banners and spray painted the side of the building

    A banner reading 'Save Our Turf, Save The Earth'. Onlookers said the TV host's Land Rover was caught up in the incident, and his partner Lisa Hogan spoke to people who turned up

    A banner reading ‘Save Our Turf, Save The Earth’. Onlookers said the TV host’s Land Rover was caught up in the incident, and his partner Lisa Hogan spoke to people who turned up

    The apparent vandalism follows 61-year-old Clarkson (pictured outside his farm shop) calling climate change activists blocking the M25 'beardy people in crocs with smelly armpits'

    The apparent vandalism follows 61-year-old Clarkson (pictured outside his farm shop) calling climate change activists blocking the M25 ‘beardy people in crocs with smelly armpits

    The graffiti, tents and banners appeared outside the shop yesterday.

    It comes as Clarkson is embroiled in his latest battle with over his plans for the future of the farm, which was the setting for the Amazon series Clarkson’s Farm.

    He opened the farm shop last year to sell merchandise and food produced at his Diddly Squat Farm which he bought back in 2008.

    Following grievances from neighbours over the increase in traffic and driving by visitors to the shop, Clarkson revealed he wanted to build a restaurant in an old lambing shed on his land.

    His plans angered his already disgruntled neighbours with Clarkson writing about their reaction in his latest Sunday Times column.

    The presenter said that his suggestion had ‘gone down like a shower of sick with a few red-trouser people in my local village.

    Diddly Squat Farm Shop pictured after the protestors had left. It comes as Clarkson is embroiled in his latest battle with over his plans for the future of the farm, which was the setting for the Amazon series Clarkson's Farm

    Diddly Squat Farm Shop pictured after the protestors had left. It comes as Clarkson is embroiled in his latest battle with over his plans for the future of the farm, which was the setting for the Amazon series Clarkson’s Farm

    The farm shop seen after the graffiti was removed. Clarkson opened the farm shop last year to sell merchandise and food produced at his Diddly Squat Farm which he bought back in 2008

    The farm shop seen after the graffiti was removed. Clarkson opened the farm shop last year to sell merchandise and food produced at his Diddly Squat Farm which he bought back in 2008

    Despite the backlash, Clarkson continued to speak about winning over the council planners next, 言って: ‘It was a (mostly) polite battle between the red-tractor movement and the red trousers and I think I did quite well.

    Although the origins of the vandalism are unclear right now, the sight of spray-painting, an angry banner and a dirty car suggest that Clarkson’s latest battle is far from over.

    Series two of Clarkson’s Farm is set to be released later this year.

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