A boozy party with Guns N’ Roses star Axl Rose and singer Tom Jones was broken up at 6am after officials were called to shut it down.
The bar, at the Chiltern Firehouse, officially closed at 3am on Sunday – but Axl, 55, and Tom, 77, kept the party going.
Two council noise officers arrived to try shut down the party at 4.30am after complaints from neighbours, however, it was another hour and a half before the booze-filled celebs, including Kate Moss’ ex-husband Jamie Hince, left the venue.
According to The Sun, US rockstar Axl led the noisy party, which was held at the luxury hotel and restaurant in Central London.
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Celebs at the party watched US boxing champ Andre Ward’s victory in his televised bout with Russian Sergey Kovalev.
A source said, “The music was pumping. There was screaming, with boozy celebs cheering the fight from Las Vegas, which didn’t start until 4.20am UK time.”
“Axl was rooting for the US fighter and wasn’t happy about noise complaints. It wasn’t very rock ‘n roll. The bar manager tried to argue it was a private party. The Westminster council officials were made to wait outside by security. Management eventually turned the music off but the shouting continued.”
The Chiltern Firehouse have not commented.
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