PUBLISHED: 22:52, Wed, Sep 16, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:54, Wed, Sep 16, 2020
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host Jeremy Clarkson, 60, who also fronts The Grand Tour alongside Richard Hammond, 50, and James May, 57, has said he is "baffled" over the COVID-19 regulations after he was warned that his hay bales outside his farm shop were in "breach" of the rules. The former Top Gear presenter addressed the situation in a new interview.
It comes after Jeremy explained that he was "baffled" by the COVID-19 regulations in place.
To explain his story, he shared the time he was playing a card game in a bar with "three old men" in the Basque region of Spain a few years back.
Jeremy began: "Every now and again, for no reason that I could see, one of them would shout at me and then take some of my money.
"And that’s how I feel with this COVID business. Baffled."
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The former Top Gear host continued: "I was told this week by my local parish council that the hay bales outside my farm shop are in breach of COVID regulations.
"That may be so but how are we supposed to know these things?"
Jeremy then revealed that when one of his friends came to visit him from Ireland, they had to work out whether they could both go to the pub together or even talk to each other.
He added in his column with The Sun: "There was no advice on any of that.
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