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Jeremy Clarkson receives warning after risky accidents on farm: ‘Most painful way to die'

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“I’m told this is the most painful way to die.”

“But I reckon being burnt alive would be worse, and that’s another peril I face once a month when the time comes to burn some stuff that won’t light because it’s a bit damp,” Jeremy divulged.

The star began working on his home, which has been built on his Diddly Squat Farm estate, from scratch after he blew up his former home for an episode of The Grand Tour alongside co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond.

The car enthusiast lives in his new house with his girlfriend Lisa Hogan and her daughter, 18-year-old Ali, from a previous relationship.

The father-of-three has been in a relationship with Lisa since 2017.



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