Jeremy Clarkson has admitted he “cursed Brexit” on his trip to Madrid after being held up by long airport queues.The Clarkson’s Farm star hopped on a plane to Spain to watch his team Chelsea F.C.
play. Jeremy described flying to Madrid for a Chelsea match last month while suffering with a “post-birthday hangover”. He turned 62 on April 11 this year and clearly enjoyed some booze-filled celebrations to mark the occasion.The former Top Gear presenter admitted that - much to his surprise - Heathrow was surprisingly empty.
However, things did not go so smoothly when his flight landed at the other end. He recalled: “We landed in Madrid and after another eight-mile walk, I reached the back of the queue for passports.
It was long. Really long.“And moving so slowly that tectonic drift was moving me gradually away from the front of it.“But after 90 minutes of cursing Brexit, I was through and in another queue for the Covid check,” he continued.“And then another for the train to the main terminal.Read more on express.co.uk