Jeremy Clarkson shows off his new cow
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Jeremy Clarkson, 61, has had his work cut out tending to his 1,000 acre-farm but it appears his problems have not stopped there. According to reports, swingers have targeted his land for “farm orgies”.
Clarkson’s Farm has been a hit with a number of viewers who have regularly flocked to Chipping Norton but it seemingly appears he may have to beef up his security at his Diddly Squat estate.
It comes as exhibitionists are reportedly organising meet-ups on his land after being stunned to find they hadn’t been stopped by alarms, electric fences or guard dogs.
Since their finding, it has been claimed that kinky couples have trespassed on Jeremy’s land for steamy sessions.
It was reported that conversations about meetups were discovered on a private members-only sex website.
The frisky forum is said to be packed with other mentions of sex on Jeremy’s land in Chipping Norton, in the Cotswolds, according to the Daily Star.
One user wrote: “Anyone up for meets with me and my sexy partner in Chipping Norton?”
Another user commented: “Sneaked into Clarkson’s farm the other week and did it on a tractor. Looking for local couples or single fems to join us.”
“I’m up for a meet and I’m a local to you. The security at this farm is Diddly Squat (see what I did there?) So I’d love to join you guys,” another responded.
Some swinging sites have dedicated sections to farm orgies.
Express.co.uk has contacted Jeremy Clarkson’s representatives for comment.
Jeremy has previously vented his frustrations over unwanted visitors at his Chipping Norton farm.
He recently detailed an “alarming scene” he faced after finding a “gang” of youths on his farmland before stern words were exchanged with their teacher.
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The former Top Gear host detailed a run-in with a group of Duke of Edinburgh students, who sought to use his land.
“I found a gang of them sitting in my garden,” he recalled in his column for The Times.
“Some were attempting to light a stove, some were moaning about the mobile phone signal, and one was heading for my hedge with some bog roll.”
Jeremy asked if he could help, which he claimed was “farmer-speak for ‘get off my land'”.
He was informed they had been told by their teacher that they “should have their lunch in the garden of the biggest house they could find”.
On spotting the other gang, he claimed: “The scene was alarming.
“It looked like some kind of juvenile scat movie was in full swing,” he quipped.
“They were pushing used lavatory paper into the watering pipes for my new trees.”
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