Jeremy Clarkson's farm has been renamed – after a sign directing people to the TV motormouth's venue was altered.

People travelling to visit the star's Diddly Squat Farm Shop in Oxfordshire may have been slightly confused at a roadside sign signalling them to go to Diddly T**t Farm Shop.

Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy, 62, the host of the Amazon Prime Video TV series following the farm's fortunes, shared a photo of the signpost on Instagram, commenting that "someone’s been busy in the night".

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One of the star's Instagram followers jested that they thought that it was his Grand Tour co-star Richard Hammond, while another suggested their other colleague, James May, may be responsible.

One said: "Please keep it!! Such good advertisement!!" While another commented: "Excellent craftsmanship tbf."

The change to the sign echoed the famous Fawlty Towers entrance banner, which was often humorously mis-spelt as part of the show's opening credits.

One person pointed out that "any publicity is publicity", while others showered Clarkson with praise for the latest season of Clarkson’s Farm.

The presenter’s Clarkson’s Farm co-star Kaleb Cooper even added in with: "Haha! That’s so funny."

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The TV personality earlier this month, in series three of the show, which follows the farm in Chadlington, apologised after causing offence when he called his fellow Oxfordshire villagers "morons".

One told him: "You’ve described us as morons. I don’t want to be called a moron and I think you should apologise for that."

Clarkson replied: "You don’t sound moronic at all and your points are valid," while taking part in a Q&A event.

Despite the recent controversy over his vitriolic newspaper column about Meghan Markle, which became the most complained about article to the Independent Press Standards Organisation, Clarkson’s Farm season two broke records, attracting 4.3million viewers.


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