TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson’s new Amazon Prime show Clarkson’s Farm is proving popular and attracting lots of visitors to the farm near Chipping Norton.

Hundreds of Clarkson fans descended on his farm at the weekend, perhaps hoping to meet the man himself.

The former Top Gear host, 61, has settled for a farming lifestyle as part of his new hit Amazon Prime show, Clarkson's Farm.

As part of the series, he works on his 1,000-acre farm, between Chipping Norton and Chadlington in west Oxfordshire.

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But the show's success - and the opening of Clarkson's popular Diddly Squat Farm Shop - has created problems for villagers.

Cars queued up on nearby roads approaching the farm and police were called.

According to Mail Online, one resident wrote on a Facebook forum: "Avoid going anywhere near Diddly Squat farm shop, whole road is blocked again, but worse there are people stopping on the 60mph bend with nowhere to go."

Others warned the congestion at the scene was an 'accident waiting to happen'.

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The crowds and queues built up at the Diddly Squat Farm Shop the day after the release of the hit Amazon Prime Video series.

A Thames Valley Police spokesperson told Mail Online: "Officers received reports in relation to congestion on the roads in Chadlington.

"Officers attended the scene, but no crime had been committed.

"Our neighbourhood team for the area is aware of the situation."

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Mr Clarkson is no stranger to controversy.

In 2005 environmental protesters threw a pie in his face as he picked up an honorary degree at Oxford Brookes University.