A TikToker has prank called Kaleb from Clarkson's Farm, saying he's an 'absolute legend'.
TikTok user @jsbarl1306 is clearly a huge fan of Amazon Prime's Clarkson's Farm, and somehow managed to get hold of the number for farmer Kaleb, who became something of an unlikely star after the show debuted.
He captioned the video: "Prank calling, what an absolute legend."
In the clip, the man has his phone on loud speaker and calls Kaleb, who eventually answers.
The man explains that he'd just tried calling him a moment ago, but that his phone battery died.
He then gets to business, saying: "Erm, I need some of your farming services mate."
Kaleb then asks: "Where are you?"
The man, who appears to be sat in a pub, answers: "I'm in Stoke-on-Trent... I was just wondering if you'd plough my missus?"
Giggling, he then adds: "You're a legend mate, I love you!"
The post has been viewed more than 45,000 times and hundreds of likes - which no doubt has something to do with the fact that viewers absolutely loved the young farming star when he came onto our screens last month.
The programme follows Jeremy Clarkson as he trades in fast cars for sheep, attempting to farm 1,000 acres of land near Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds.
Speaking to the Oxford Mail, Kaleb said: "I'm a local chap, I can't walk through Chipping Norton without people wanting to speak to me.
"Now people say to me, 'Are you going to be famous?'"
Kaleb used to work for Howard Pauling, who once owned Clarkson's farm.
"Howard decided to retire and Jeremy said, 'Do you want to farm with me?'" he said.
"It was a bit of a surprise but it turned out to be the best offer of my life."
Kaleb explained that filming for the new series took a little over a year.
He continued: "Jeremy bought the farm in 2008 but he never farmed it. Then 18 months ago he decided to take it on.
"When he told me, I told him to get someone else to do it, come out once a week and say, 'how's everything going?'
"I'm there pretty much every day as well as having jobs on other local farms. I treat that farm like my own farm."
Kaleb added: "I pretty much taught him. I was 21 and he was nearly 60 - it's normally the other way round. But he did eventually listen."
And the good news is that fans can look forward to more, as Clarkson's Farm was recently renewed for a second series.