Jeremy Clarkson and his Hawkstone Lager company have appeared to take a cheeky swipe at Boris Johnson in the wake of the No.
10 garden party scandal in a short clip posted on Instagram.The Clarkson's Farm star's brand uploaded a tongue in cheek video to its official social media channel, which saw a box of his homemade lager being packaged up to send to the PM's London address.His Hawkstone Lager account posted the cheeky video of a member of staff expertly packaging up bottles of his beer in view of their 42,400 followers.Working to the tune of someone casually whistling in the background, the camera panned the scene as the pair of hands secured the box firmly shut.Panning in, the delivery address on the box was revealed to be that of the PM.It read: "B Johnson, 10 Downing Street, London, SW1A 2AA."A post shared by Hawkstone (@hawkstonelager)The caption read: "Big order has come in.
Bet you can't guess where it's going?"They added the hashtags: "#Hawkstone #hawkstonelager #byob #borisjohnson #jeremyclarkson."Following the clip, fans of The Grand Tour star couldn't help but comment on the post.1066idntknw wrote: "Brilliant.
I wonder if this gag came from Jeremy."It seems his humour too. Poor Boris."He definitely picked one of the hardest times in history to be in charge of our contrary little nation," he added.Domeniccarratu penned: "Amazing how much beer can be drunk during a work meeting…"The past few days has seen the PM come under mounting pressure to resign after it was claimed that a garden party was thrown at the Prime Minister's office in 2020.According to a leaked email, Downing Street staff were invited to a garden party at No.Read more on express.co.uk