Clarksons Farms Kaleb Cooper takes on rescue mission as vehicle gets stuck
Clarkson’s Farm star Kaleb Cooper boasted of his rescue mission this evening, after taking to Instagram to share a video of a struggling truck and quipping: “Someone might be a little bit stuck!”
He continued merrily to the camera: “Don’t you worry, my friend, I am here!”
Then, as the log-filled truck pulled away after his rescue mission was completed, he triumphantly called out: “And he’s away! If you’re ever stuck in the Cotswolds, please call me!”
The farming contractor is known to be a dab hand with rescue missions, with his most famous ones including coming to Jeremy Clarkson’s aid after the Amazon Prime star crashed his Lamborghini tractor into a ditch.
Kaleb has developed quite a reputation for being the voice of reason in the farming world, with Jeremy once commenting that he is “paid to look after him”.
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However, he playfully warned fellow Instagrammers that his services wouldn’t be without a cost.
“There will be charges and plus the VAT – always plus the VAT in these conditions!” he exclaimed, chuckling with laughter.
The video confirms that Kaleb is seemingly back home in the Cotswolds, after a spell away.
Last week, he shared footage of himself in Wales, following a previous admission that he’d never left his region of Britain, and he seemed thrilled to have discovered new destinations.
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“It’s mindblowing, the different farming away from home!” he marvelled, before zooming in and laughing about spotting “sheep on top of a cliff”.
“You and Jeremy should do a show travelling to different countries seeing the different farming techniques,” one fan, @john83turnbull, commented.
“It would be good for the world to see real life farming like you guys show on Clarkson’s Farm. Australia needs to be on your list.”
“Getting brave now coming to Wales,” Kaleb commented on another post, quipping: “It’s training so I’m ready for my tour next year!
“Little get away with the family so I actually stop working,” he added.
Meanwhile, following on from his Sunday Times Bestseller The World According to Kaleb, the 25-year-old released another book last month focusing on his adventures in the UK.
The title, Britain According To Kaleb: The Wonderful World of Country Life, was created to take readers on “a guided tour of some of the UK’s most eccentric rural traditions”.
He investigated gravy wrestling in Lancashire and nettle eating in Somerset – but, as the book reveals, he’s still not keen on visiting the Mediterranean.
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