Keith Richards eats cigarette onstage during London gig

But was it The Rolling Stones' last-ever show?

The Rolling Stones‘ guitarist Keith Richards ate a cigarette onstage at what is rumoured to be the band’s last-ever show in London on Sunday (August 26).

The band wrapped up their European tour with a third night at the 02 Arena.

And, after being criticised the previous week for smoking onstage despite a ban being in place, Richards decided to make fun of the furore by chomping on a ciggy.

The set, watched by the band’s former bassist Bill Wyman , was a hit-laden affair, and contained the band’s regular covers of The Temptations‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg’ and James Brown‘s ‘I’ll Go Crazy’ .

Despite strong rumours the group would say this was their last ever show, there was no announcement from the stage.

The Rolling Stones was:

‘Start Me Up’

‘You Got Me Rocking’

‘Rough Justice’

‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg’

‘She Was Hot’

‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’

‘Can’t You Hear Me Knocking’

‘I’ll Go Crazy’

‘Tumbling Dice’

‘You Got The Silver’

‘I Wanna Hold You’

‘Miss You’

‘It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll’

‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’

‘Honky Tonk Women’

‘Sympathy For The Devil’

‘Paint It, Black’

‘Jumping Jack Flash’

‘Brown Sugar’