Jeremy Clarkson brands M25 protesters ‘smelly freaks’ and ‘feels sorry for them’

Jeremy Clarkson has blasted the M25 eco-muppets as smelly freaks over their plans to keep causing road chaos.

The Grand Tour loudmouth, 61, raged that instead of moaning they should work on inventing new green ways to travel and insulate houses.

His blast comes as Insulate Britain members intend to stage protests and want to humiliate Boris Johnson at the UN ­climate change conference.

Jezza raged: “I feel rather sorry for them… they desperately want the happy life we have, but they are socially awkward and maybe a bit gauche.

“As a result of this, and their smelly armpits, they were bullied at school, and in the office they are sidelined.

“In the olden days they would retreat in the evening to a dark place, where they’d eat biscuits… But then along came Facebook, and suddenly they could see that there were other miserabilists.”

Last week a police officer was astonishingly heard pleading with the crusties to alert cops to any discomfort as they glued themselves to the M25 tarmac.

Now under-fire senior cops from Surrey, Kent, Essex and the Met are considering charging the activists with more serious crimes to stop them returning.

But Insulate Britain’s “mastermind” Roger Hallam, 55, told his supporters: “The whole world’s going to be looking at Johnson and saying: ‘You’re Mr Green and you’ve got 200 people in prison because they want you to insulate some houses?’ It’s not going to look good.”

Jeremy's latest outburst comes just days after air ambulances landed at his Diddly Squat Farm Shop after a crash occurred nearby.

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The two choppers were called out following a smash on the A361 Burford Road at the junction with Chipping Norton Road shortly after 8pm.

One person was airlifted to hospital, reports Wiltshire Today.

The 1000-acre farm is located between Chipping Norton and Chadlington in Oxfordshire, in the northern tip of the Cotswolds.

The 61-year-old has owned the farm for eight years, but recently decided to take it on and document the process on his Amazon Prime show Clarkson's Farm.

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The Daily Star previously reported that the land was being invaded by swingers, with people sneaking onto the farm for secret romps.

Exhibitionists are organising meet-ups at the £12.5million pile after being shocked they weren’t stopped by guard dogs, alarms or electric fences.

A swinging source told us: “There’s a massive trend in the swinging community to add extra kicks to meets by arranging them on celebrity land.

"Because Jeremy is so outspoken, a lot of them are saying what a laugh it would be to hear what he would say if he caught them at it.”

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