Jeremy Clarkson sends a message to Amazon's Jeff Bezos in a viral video

Jeremy Clarkson sent a message to Amazon owner Jeff Bezos in a viral video.

The former “Top Gear” presenter is no stranger to Amazon, having starred in two globally successful series on the company’s streaming service, Prime Video.

Together with his car friends James May and Richard Hammond, Clarkson hosted “The Grand Tour”, the final episode of which is scheduled to air in September.

The 64-year-old star is also the star of the Prime Video series 'Clarkson's Farm', which documents life on his Diddly Squat Farm in Chadlington.

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The third series of the hugely popular show aired last month and was well received, covering everything from pigs to Clarkson's own lager, Hawkstone.

The drink was also the subject of this week's viral video that suggested Clarkson was on the phone with Jeff Bezos and Amazon.

In the clip posted on Hawkstone's official Instagram account, the former Top Gear star can be seen leaning against a wooden gate on the farm and talking on the phone.

“I’m on the phone with Seattle [where Amazon was founded]no, that's great,” he said.

“Okay, see you soon, all the best, bye.”

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After ending the call, Clarkson said, “Good news. I thought you could only buy my lager from my own farm shop, but it turns out you can buy it from Jeff's website too. Cheers.”

The video has been viewed over 109,000 times since it was posted earlier this week.

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