The Police have warned Clarkson not to expand his Diddly Squat Farm Shop
The Thames Valley Police have issued a warning to Clarkson as the farm shop has been causing too much traffic and annoying the locals.
According to a report by the Daily Mail Online, Jeremy Clarkson's farm shop has probably been the most celebrated thing since Shrek, and the huge amount of traffic coming in to visit has caused the locals to be very angry at him. Partly because as Clarkson says they're "irked by the shop's success", but mostly because of the number of vehicles on those narrow roads.
Clarkson wants to expand his barn, and also plans to convert his lambing shed into a 60-seat restaurant. The Thames Valley police fears that this might disrupt highway safety and will need local policing to be installed on the site. Obviously, Clarkson isn't impressed with the people who have a problem and has promptly called them "red trouser wearers".
Hilary Moore, a parish councillor for the Chadlington area has given a statement to the council: "Our roads are clogged with traffic and the whole area is becoming a danger zone with fast cars showing off their speed on narrow lanes, and traffic queueing for a mile or so." Clearly many locals want the shop to be closed down.
The police say they're happy as long as the site is used only for agricultural purpose, but Clarkson definitely wants more from the farm.