Jeremy Clarkson: ‘No you can’t have a f**king selfie’ The Grand Tour star issues warning

The Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson, 59, took to Twitter and told fans they “can’t have a selfie” with the former Top Gear presenter, as he prepares to reopen his farm shop today. It comes after the Government’s warning to the British public to practise social distancing following the coronavirus crisis.

The TV personality regularly makes cheeky quips on the micro-blogging site and it was no different today when he took aim at expectant fans.

In view of his 7.1 million Twitter followers, Jeremy wrote: “People of Chipping Norton. My farm shop will open at 11. Only potatoes on offer. Panic buyers welcome. Don’t get out of your car.

“Two things. To maintain minimum safe distance, it’s cash only. And no you can’t have a f***ing selfie.”

Fans flocked to comment on the post, with many people responding to the car-enthusiast’s tweet.

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A social media user quizzed: “No Jeremy, cash will only transfer the virus, hand contact.”

Jeremy replied: “You put it in a bucket. I put it in the freezer for three weeks. Clever eh?”(sic)

Another person quipped: “Can I have a selfie with the potato?”

While a third person added: “Seriously was there anyone who asked you for selfie in this crazy time? People are weird,” followed by an expressionless face emoji.

 

Jeremy was previously forced to temporarily close his shop earlier this month, due to muddy conditions at the store.

His latest venture on the farm is all part of his new solo Amazon Prime series I Bought A Farm.

The host’s Diddly Squat Farm shop provides non-organic produce which Jeremy grows himself.

It seemingly appears the former Top Gear host is taken heed of the Government’s warning to maintain social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Jeremy previously revealed The Grand Tour production had been halted over coronavirus.

The next instalment will follow the car-enthusiast and his co-stars Richard Hammond and James May in Madagascar, where they found themselves stranded 500 miles from their entire crew.

“We have one pretty much ready to go and when this virus business is settled, we will head off to do two more,” he recently told his Twitter followers.

It comes as fans are getting more and more impatient about the new series debut as people are self-isolating.

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Elsewhere, Jeremy announced some exciting news on Instagram last week.

The TV personality revealed his daughter Emily Clarkson is engaged to her boyfriend Alex Andrew.

Sharing a sweet snap of the couple, Jeremy told his two million followers: “Very very happy father.”

The Grand Tour returns to Amazon Prime this year.

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