A prankster changed the name of Jeremy Clarkson's West Oxfordshire farm on a road sign to include an offensive term of abuse.

The joker changed the road sign leading to Diddly Squat Farm in Chadlington near Chipping Norton by replacing the words 'Diddly Squat Farm Shop' with 'Diddly T**t Farm Shop'.

The prankster's identity is unknown.

A picture of the amusingly profane sign was posted by Mr Clarkson on his Instagram account, along with the remark "Someone's been busy in the night,"

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The first episode of the second season of Clarkson’s Farm, which aired on Friday, February 10, broke viewing records on Amazon’s Prime Video.

The show has become the streaming platform’s most-watched original series in the UK since data started being collected.

The first episode of the new season was watched by almost 4.3 million people in the country, which was shown by data collected by Barb, the UK’s ratings body.


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This story was written by Matthew Norman, he joined the team in 2022 as a Facebook community reporter.

Matthew covers Bicester and focuses on finding stories from diverse communities.

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