Air ambulances land at Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm Shop after nearby crash

The land where Jeremy's farm shop is


However, a major problem he's said to be facing is an invasion of swingers, with reports claiming people are sneaking in to have sex on his tractor.

The 61-year-old's land has been the meeting spot for exhibitionists after they discovered it had easy access and minimum security measures in place.

A source told The Daily Star : "There's a massive trend in the swinging community to add extra kicks to meets by arranging them on celebrity land."

Messages obtained from a members-only sex site revealed Jeremy's swinging fans arranging x-rated meetings.

One read: "Sneaked into Clarkson’s farm the other week and did it on a tractor. Looking for local couples or single fems to join us."

And The Grand Tour presenter has admitted that running the farm is harder than he expected thanks to Government red tape around British farming.

The bolshy host says he has run into an issue with his 19-strong herd of cows – especially their muck. He joked that following conflicting information from official bodies, he might stop his cows from pooing by 'putting corks in their a*ses.'

Explaining the issues, Jeremy told The Sun that one Government department encourages him to use the cows' muck to fertilise the land, while another official body wants to ban him from doing it where it might pollute the water supply.

Jeremy Clarkson outside his Diddly Squat Farm in Oxfordshire

“What do I do then?” Jeremy asked. “Put corks in the cows’ a*ses?”

His efforts at the farm have also caused chaos in the local area and just last week he was caught up in arguments with nearby residents after revealing his plans to develop the Diddly Squat Farm.

After calling a town meeting to try to diffuse the situation, Jeremy was greeted by someone giving him the finger as he headed into the village hall and when asked how he thought the meeting would go, he didn't hold out much hope.

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