Jeremy Clarkson ditches big beard amid awkward moments ‘Assume I’m Corbyn-heavy socialist’

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Jeremy Clarkson first unveiled his lenghty facial hair on Instagram one week ago, causing a stir amongst fans. However, the Top Gear star’s beard will now be coming off, and he has a number of reasons for it.

Friends said it suited me and that I should keep it

Jeremy Clarkson

Writing in his latest column, the 60-year-old has listed why he’s not a fan, referencing an unpleasant moment with his farm manager.

The Grand Tour host decided to conduct “research” into the look during the UK’s third national lockdown, which started in January.

The small screen favourite quipped: “Beards have always been for socialists, the mad and the weak.

“But in recent times they’ve become mainstream and even acceptable.”

Jeremy “very successfully” managed to grow a full beard in a short space of time, saying it got “so massive” within a month.

He jokingly compared himself to what would happen if Captain Birdseye mated with Santa Claus.

“But despite this, friends said it suited me and that I should keep it,” the journalist wrote.

However, he went on to list the many problems that has has encountered since having a beard.

Jeremy said dribble has become an issue, as the hair means he has no idea he’s doing it.

While food is even more problematic, with him claiming that he is now a “walking food bank”.

He recalled after making a chicken and mayonnaise sandwich: “My farm manager came round for (business) drinks, he gave me a puzzled look.

“It turned out that all the mayo from my sarnie was still in my face fuzz and I simply couldn’t feel it.”

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The hair doesn’t just cover his cheeks and chin, as Jeremy admitted it was now sprouting everywhere.

“I haven’t seen a child since January and I fear that if I encounter one in my current state, it will assume I’m a werewolf and be very frightened,” he said.

Jeremy’s facial recognition on his new phone also no longer works and he is attracting unwanted attention.

He stated on ramblers: “They assume that I am one of them, a Corbyn-heavy socialist.”

Jeremy went on to reference the itching and the time spent trimming it, in his piece for The Sunday Times.

He also used the opportunity to poke fun at James May and Richard Hammond for growing goatees.

It comes six days after the star showed off his fully grown beard for the first time.

Sharing a picture with his 3.2 million Instagram followers, he captioned it: “Face furniture: model’s own.”

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