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Liam Gallagher reveals he threw stones at Jamie Oliver’s Hampstead house and drunkenly demanded bacon rolls

PUBLISHED: 17:03 23 August 2016

Hungry: Liam Gallagher (Picture: Adam Butler/PA)

Hungry: Liam Gallagher (Picture: Adam Butler/PA)

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Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has revealed he once pelted former Hampstead neighbour Jamie Oliver’s windows with stones and demanded a bacon roll.

The perils of being a celebrity chef: Jamie Oliver (Picture: Polly Hancock) The perils of being a celebrity chef: Jamie Oliver (Picture: Polly Hancock)

The singer spoke about the incident - which he said happened while he was drunk in an interview with a music journalist.

Gallagher made the admission to Q Magazine - and unsurprisingly said his antics hadn’t gone down very well.

Referring to the number of celebrities living in his neighbourhood, he told the magazine: “It’s like Stella Street, round here: Jamie Oliver lives up the road.”

The hitmaker then continued: “I got told off for throwing stones at his windows p*ssed-up, asking him to chuck down some bacon rolls.”

The 45-year-old praised girlfrield Debbie Gwyther for expanding his horizons.

He told the magazine: “I’ve lived in London a long time,

but I only really knew Hampstead.”

He stated: “She took me to new places. I’ve been to Dalston, man.”

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