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Jeremy Clarkson is facing the wrath of locals once again.
The television presenter's Diddly Squat Farm Shop in Chadlington near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, has been attracting fans from all over the country as they flock to meet the star and buy some of his farm's produce.
But residents have been left fuming as the Farm Shop is causing hours of delays for local villagers on nearby roads.
The local council have also put up bright orange traffic cones down the idyllic country roads near the farm in a bid to stop people parking on the grass verges when they visit the farm.
Jeremy set up the farm with no prior knowledge of agriculture
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"It was so chaotic last week that I was late picking up my son from school because the usual ten minute journey took me half an hour. It was a roadblock caused by Clarkson ites," one resident told the Mail Online.
Jeremy Clarkson fans cause chaos with three hour queue to meet him at farm shop
"I know of one man who queued for two hours and ten minutes for a bag of truffle oil chips. Ridiculous."
And other residents are worried how the farm shop might affect local traders in the nearby villages.
His attempt at running the farm is now the subject of a series on Amazon Prime
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"We are very lucky in this village to have three shops and a pub but I do fear for how they will cope. Our village shop was saved by residents who turned it into a co-operative but he will certainly affect their trade," they said.
"Also the pub, he's got an alcohol licence now and he's selling beers out of a shipping container."
Jeremy Clarkson apologises to neighbours after his fans clog up local roads
The shop is only open between Thursdays and Sundays but it does have a 24/7 milk machine.
Fans who turned up on Wednesday were "disappointed" to see it closed.
One said: "I am disappointed it's not open. I just wanted to buy some eggs from Diddly Squat Farm for my 16-year-old lad. He loves the show and I would pay anything for some eggs."
Jeremy sells a number of products from the farm including meat, milk and honey
Jeremy recently took to Twitter to apologise for the traffic around the farm.
He wrote: "People of Chadlington. I’m truly sorry about the traffic around our farm shop last weekend. We are doing everything we can to improve the situation."
But the thought of traffic hasn't put any off as a number of fans told Jeremy they would be travelling to see him from as far as Yorkshire, Manchester and Hull.