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Jeremy Clarkson takes swipe at BBC Countryfile after John Craven is seen wearing hi-vis jacket and hard hat in an empty field: ‘For crying out loud!’

Jeremy Clarkson felt irritated while watching a recent episode of BBC Countryfile.

Jeremye spotted regular presenter John Craven, 83, wearing a hard hat and hi-vis clothing while filming in an empty field and expressed his displeasure.

Jeremy, 63, who has his own TV show, Clarkson’s Farm, wrote on Instagram: ‘Why is he wearing a hat and a high visibility jacket? It’s a field for crying out loud.’

John had visited a settlement at Must Farm, Cambridgeshire, which has been perfectly preserved from a fire that occurred during the Bronze Age.

While photographing another moment in the show, Jeremy mockingly wrote, “Look at these maniacs. In a forest, without hats or glasses.’

Jeremy Clarkson took to Instagram on Monday to take a swipe at BBC Countryfile after presenter John Craven wore a hi-vis jacket and hard hat during a presentation in an empty field

Jeremy, 63, who has his own TV show, Clarkson's Farm, took to social media to express his views

Jeremy, 63, who has his own TV show, Clarkson’s Farm, took to social media to express his views

Jeremy took to Instagram, where he posted footage from the show with the caption: 'Why is he wearing a hat and a high visibility jacket?  It's a field for crying out loud.'

Jeremy took to Instagram, where he posted footage from the show with the caption: ‘Why is he wearing a hat and a high visibility jacket? It’s a field for crying out loud.’

John had visited a settlement at Must Farm, Cambridgeshire, which has been perfectly preserved from a fire that occurred during the Bronze Age

John had visited a settlement at Must Farm, Cambridgeshire, which has been perfectly preserved from a fire that occurred during the Bronze Age

In response to Jeremy’s outburst, a number of his followers agreed with him in the comments: ‘Give up watching! What is the weather forecast? That’s the only thing worth seeing! Warship on Channel 5 is much better!’

‘It’s the (BBC) rules. Or maybe it will help the cameraman stay awake.”

“We’ve turned into a nanny state!”

‘Good safety goggles also protect him against the…No. I do not have anything.’

Jeremy’s outburst came after huge queues formed outside his Diddly Squat farm shop in the Cotswolds after it reopened from winter closure earlier this month.

Footage showed a crowd of fans lining the parking lot waiting for the chance to spend their money on available items inside.

The store has become a major tourist attraction in its own right, with fans from all over the country and beyond.

However, the lack of adequate parking has meant that visitors are often forced to park in adjacent fields and on the side of the road, disturbing the land and causing vehement disapproval by villagers.

Clarkson has already had six planning disputes with his council over numerous different proposals to expand the Diddly Squat site, but has faced persistent opposition.