Jeremy Clarkson reveals that he sat behind him with the help of a rogue bee

‘It was dying in my underworld!’ Jeremy Clarkson reveals that a rogue bee left him behind while he was collecting honey on his new farm.

Jeremy Clarkson reveals that he had a hilarious fight with a rogue bee while collecting honey from a hive on his country farm.

Who wants to be the millionaire? The host0-year-old host admitted that despite trying to defend himself with a defensive suit, he was hit in the back by an ant.

Jeremy has documented an attempt to collect and sell honey on his new farm for an Amazon Prime series, and in joking he now trusts the bees to ‘hate him.’

That’s the sting! Jeremy Clarkson reveals he had a hilarious fight with a rogue bee while collecting honey from a hive on his country farm

Jeremy told The Sun that he wore a suit while collecting honey from the hive, yet the bees find a way to stick to his ankles.

He said: ‘Bees are not very bad but they are the only ones who hate me.

‘The bee got down and crawled over Wellington until I found the jeans trousers and went there and into my T-shirt where it found an interesting crack, went downstairs and killed me.’

Bee be careful! Who wants to be the millionaire? The host says that despite trying to defend himself with a defensive suit, he was hit (back) by an insect.

Bee be careful! Who wants to be the millionaire? The host says that despite trying to defend himself with a defensive suit, he was hit (back) by an insect.

He added: ‘I knew it was dying in my underwear. I just thought, “God sells this honey better.” It tastes good. “

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In September, Jeremy opened his own shop at Didley Squat, his farm in The Cotswolds, and sold items including honey, fresh fruits and vegetables, flour and eggs.

The former top gear host documented his new business venture for the firm in the Amazon series I Butt A which will be launched in early 2021.

Countrymen: Jeremy records attempts to collect and sell honey on his new farm for an Amazon Prime series (pictured in February)

Countrymen: Jeremy records attempts to collect and sell honey on his new farm for an Amazon Prime series (pictured in February)

Elsewhere, Jeremy hosted a new series of Millionaires in September, filmed without any studio audience and social distance measures due to the Covid-1 audience epidemic.

The final episode of the series saw Donald Fear become the sixth winner of the show, winning the top prize without two lifelines.

With the news that Pierce Morgan will be appearing as a guest next week with Millionaire and former Nemesis Jeremy, the pair will finally settle the pair’s long-running feud.

Hard work: Elsewhere Jeremy hosted a new series of Millionaires in September that was filmed without studio audience and social distance measures

Hard work: Elsewhere Jeremy hosted a new series of Millionaires in September that was filmed without studio audience and social distance measures

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