‘Panic over!’ Kaleb Cooper addresses fans concerns after using phone behind tractor wheel

Kaleb Cooper took to his Instagram Story to tell fans he was about to test out a John Deere tractor. “It’s on a bit of a demo for me,” he spilled, as he showed his fans the control panel. Jeremy Clarkson’s sidekick added: “Is it bad to say I actually quite like it?”

The farmer went on to say he was set to buy a new one next year.

In a follow up clip, the 22-year-old filmed himself behind the wheel of the tractor down a road.

“It’s really hurting my knee now,” he admitted.

But distracting himself from the pain, Kaleb filmed himself using an Instagram filter which added a moustache to his face.

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Kaleb could be seen laughing as he switched between watching his phone and the road.

The farmer’s video seemingly prompted many of his 948,000 followers to express concerns, as he urged them not to panic.

He wrote: “I wasn’t on a public road, it was a private road, panic over,” he added with a crying with laughter emoji.

Jeremy Clarkson’s sidekick gained a large fanbase on the former’s hit series Clarkson’s Farm.

In the first series, Kaleb was seen helping the car enthusiast get to grips with running his farm in Chipping Norton.

With no previous farming experience, The Grand Tour star contended with the worst farming weather in decades, disobedient animals, unresponsive crops and the unexpected pandemic.

Earlier this year, Kaleb admitted local farmers initially had their concerns about the ex Top Gear star taking over.

He spilled: “When he first started there was a lot of talk with the farmers, I’m very good friends with them all.

“They were like, ‘Oh God, here we go’, the one thing they have always said is Jeremy has always had an interest in farming, ever since [he] first bought the farm.”

Defending his co-star, he went on to say the farm owner wasn’t the type of person to just buy land and never look after it.

He added: “Jeremy is out there walking the farming going, ‘How are you doing this week? How is the wheat? How is the barley?'”

The Grand Tour star chimed in: “I think we’re alright now, I get on with them all.”

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