Clarkson's Farm Kaleb Cooper says it 'didn't go down well' after he admits error

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Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper had admitted making an embarrassing mistake as his plans "fell apart". The young agricultural advisor rose to fame after appearing on Jeremy Clarkson's farming show, which follows the former Top Gear presenter as he attempts to manage Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds.

In a video shared on Instagram by Clarkson's beer Hawkstone, Kaleb appears in his new cider trailer and is asked whether he's sold any drinks yet. Kaleb tells the camera: "No - went to my first event and got turned away because I didn't have an alcohol licence."

Putting his face in his hands, he admits: "That didn't go down well". Hawkstone added in the social media post that "sometimes the biggest plans fall apart over the smallest details."

Several followers made the same joke, with one writing: "Thank God we have a young Jeremy Clarkson for future generations". Another said: "This is what happens when you are mentored by Jeremy Clarkson".

A third added: "This cider is gorgeous! Poor Kaleb but it shows you and Jeremy are definitely meant to work together lol."

Jeremy Clarkson himself has run into issues with his business ventures in recent times. As season two shows, Clarkson opened a restaurant in an abandoned barn on his farm last summer after he found a "delightful little loophole".

However, the council soon ordered the farm to shut the restaurant, saying at the time that its "nature, scale [and] siting is unsustainable and incompatible with its countryside location within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty". Clarkson later decided to fight back though and appealed against the decision.

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