Norfolk is the home of the Clarkson Hate Club as a rapid response against Jeremy's claims that the people who live there are backwards.
Jeremy claimed that in the 'flat and featureless' county people point and say: "Hey, look, it's a car!" whenever he drove past and that the government should tell people to avoid it unless they like: "orgies and the ritual slaying of farmyard animals."
Safety groups also balked at Jeremy's idea to drive "fast and recklessly" through Lincolnshire because it's so boring.
That's just one of the waves of controversially comedic terror that Clarkson has unleashed on the world.
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