Jeremy Clarkson apologises to publishers for ‘drunken’ mistake with new book

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Jeremy Clarkson has apologised to his publishers for making a mistake while promoting his new book.

The 63-year-old posted a TikTok to his 860,000 followers, explaining the mishap that occurred after he promoted his book while drinking beer.

He began: “I’m in a bit of trouble, my publishers have rung me this morning, thanking me for the post I did over the weekend explaining that you can now buy my new book and Hawkstone beer at

“But asking that if in future, I could be a little less drunk when posting because I realised that that’s not my new book, this is, so really sorry.”

Jeremy proceeded to put down the book he was holding and picked up another book of his as he sheepishly looked at the camera.

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@jeremy.clarkson01 Turns out when we create our posts after a few cans of Hawkstone… it can go wrong… #jeremyclarkson ♬ Originalton – Jeremy Clarkson

It turned out the Clarkson’s Farm star had promoted his previous book Diddly Squat: Till The Cows Come Home, instead of his new book Diddly Squat: Pigs Might Fly.

He captioned the post: “Turns out when we create our posts after a few cans of Hawkstone… it can go wrong… #jeremyclarkson (via: Hawkstone).”

Jeremy’s fans rushed to comment on his mishap and expressed their humour at the situation he had gotten himself into.

One TikTok user said: “LMAO! Turning a few cans of Hawkstone into a cringey post – classic!”

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Another person expressed: “And this is why he’s a legend,” while a third fan added: “That’s why he’s the best, he’s just brilliant.”

A fourth echoed the same sentiments as they wrote: “Brilliant. Off to buy the books now. Top bloke.”

The presenter’s mishap comes as he is waiting to hear if the council will approve his plans for the newly built car park at his Diddly Squat Farm.

The Grand Tour star wants to erect trees and bushes to surround visitors’ parked vehicles, but a landscape and forestry council officer has explained why it’s not such a good idea.

A previous attempt to win planning permission to install proper parking facilities was turned down by the council earlier this year.

In June however, he was finally given the green light and two months later, 70 temporary additional parking spaces were created.

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