Liam Gallagher warns off neighbourhood 'tramp' who puts crutches in his bin

"I'm a bit anal about my recycling," says Beady Eye frontman

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Liam Gallagher has revealed he had a run-in with a homeless man outside his home in north London.

The Beady Eye frontman told the Standard about the incident, explaining that the man had been ringing doorbells on his street in Hampstead and going through the bins in the early hours of the morning. "This tramp kept hassling me at my house," he said. "I know he has been a problem for other people round our way. He was ringing our buzzer early in the morning and kept asking if I would pay for his pay-as-you-go phone. Proper mad."

He added: "The final straw was when he started messing with my recycling bins. I'm a bit anal about my recycling and he ended up shoving his crutches in my bin. I came out and squared up to him and he had a bit of a go. Put it this way, I don't think he'll be coming back round my way again."

Gallagher recently revealed that he nearly died after eating a blue peanut M&M while on holiday. Beady Eye are set to release their second album 'BE' on June 10 although the former Oasis singer has claimed the title was only chosen after his original idea 'Universal Gleam' was outvoted by his band and label.

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