Jeremy Clarkson was left angered and paused filming after a spy helicopter was flown over his Oxfordshire farm.

The former Top Gear host bought Diddly Squat Farm in 2008 and the location has risen to prominence after being documented in the hit Prime Video series Clarkson’s Farm.

Showing day-to-day life on the farm, the popular show which started in 2021 is into its third season with new episodes released this month.

Filming on the farm was abruptly paused on Friday afternoon though after an incident left Clarkson furious.

A private helicopter was spotted circling above the Chipping Norton farm which caused the Grand Tour star to resort to social media to air frustrations.

“Posting  a photograph of the helicopter’s flight path on Instagram, Clarkson said: “Filming paused till this f******d b*****s off.”

Clarkson’s Farm fans found the incident funny with several users responding to the celebrity on his Instagram post.

In reference to Clarkson being named as the sexiest man in UK and Ireland this week, one fan said: “Trying to get a glimpse since you’re the sexiest male in the UK.”

Another added: “Need a Diddly Squat fighter command unit equipped with F15’s.”

Referring to Clarkson’s former Top Gear co-presenter Richard Hammond, someone else simply said: “Gotta be Hammond.”

Season three of Clarkson's Farm is available on Prime Video now.