Jeremy Clarkson shares tongue-in-cheek plans to make own police force in Chipping Norton

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The Grand Tour star, Jeremy Clarkson, 61, has revealed that after losing faith in police forces across the nation, he hopes to launch his own constabulary. Jeremy hit out at various forces following a week of unrest across the United Kingdom.

I may start such a thing in Chipping Norton. We could call it the Sweeney

Jeremy Clarkson

Doncaster-born Jeremy has vocally shared his opinion of police forces who often don’t tackle crime to the standard he feels should be delivered.

The former Top Gear host is known for his often controversial opinions and his latest is certainly no different as he launched a blistering attack claiming that police are ‘”excellent” when it comes to catching dead DJs or members of parliament who may have “been up to no good” several decades ago.

Jeremy says that he was shocked to see a member of a police force at an anti-Israel protest, hinting that she was on the side of the protestors.

The presenter who is set to star in his own Amazon Prime series, Clarkson’s Farm which sees him swap London life, for a life in the country added that the officer in question may receive an email reading “hey mate” from the Police Commissioner that had been “fully spellchecked by the new Google Docs ‘woke’ filter.”

Writing in his Sunday Times column, Jeremy says: “Let’s not forget that when we dial 999, it’s because there’s an emergency. And we need to think that the police will respond as firemen do immediately,

“And with vigour rather than waiting two days and then asking us to pop into the station for a pamphlet on ‘victim support’ and a crime number for the insurer.”

He went on to say: “If this is impossible, then maybe the time has come for individual streets and villages to employ their own privatised police force, which has no time for social media niceties and will, if necessary, go fully Jack Regan on the local tea leaves.

“I may start such a thing in Chipping Norton. We could call it the Sweeney.”

Jeremy’s outburst comes just days after a recent member of staff from his Top Gear days was left stunned by his antics.

Phillipa Sage who was a “PA, gofer, and fixer,” for the Top Gear presenters recently released her new book Off-Road with Clarkson, Hammond and May: Behind The Scenes of Their ‘Rock and Roll’ World Tour.

The clan embarked on the hugely successful tour in 2015 following their departure from the BBC motoring show, and Phillipa had some stories to tell.

Recalling stocking up on “essentials” for the next leg of the trip across Australia, she remembered one item that had become a necessity for Jeremy.

She went on to add: “As well as fags, wine, snacks and hangover cures, ‘essentials’ included a very expensive bottle of Glandosane, a lubricant especially used by actors to prevent or ease a dry throat.

“Glandosane had become a necessity for Jeremy by this point in the tour.

“Not only was he using his renowned gravelly booming voice so much but he was, as you might have guessed by now, seriously burning the candle at both ends and in the middle, along with smoking sixty a day.”

Phillip exclaimed: “God knows how he’s still alive.”

Clarkson will be fronting a new documentary series on Amazon Prime Video, following his recent purchase of a 1,000-acre farm.

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