Jeremy Clarkson was forced to apologise for his muddy farm after he launched his shop over the weekend.
The 59-year-old Top Gear presenter opened the doors of his farm shop on Saturday morning where he sold a host of goods such as apple juice, chicken eggs, wasabi leaves and potatoes.
Jeremy, who wore a green jacket and Wellington boots, was there to greet guests throughout the day but some guests weren’t pleased about the mud.
The exchange began when Jeremy thanked everyone who had made it down to the Diddly Squat farm in Chipping Norton.
"Very many thanks to all the people who came to my farm shop today. I hope you enjoy your potatoes," he wrote.
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"We’re gutted, pulled up outside but too muddy for an 8 month old and a pushchair. But we’ll be back one day. Looked really busy so best of luck with it!” a fan quickly responded.
"I know. Bloody nightmare. Sorry," Jeremy responded.
Another shopper pointed out that not a lot of people at the event were wearing the correct shoes and some were even forced to go home.
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"Down at Diddly Squat farm. Many came. Few brought proper footwear," they wrote.
Despite the muddy conditions, it appeared to be an overall success and even a camera crew and queues of cars were spotted at the event held near Chadlington in Oxfordshire.
He even boasted that his potatoes were "cheaper than Aldi."
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There were also plenty of entertaining additions at the presenter-turned-farmer’s shop such as a sign dug into the mud that read "You’re not American so don’t sue me."
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