OASIS singer NOEL GALLAGHER has been questioned by police over an alleged trespass.
The songwriter was recently pictured in a national newspaper walking along a railway line in Cornwall, where the group are working on their new album.
Now it has emerged that British Transport Police have interviewed the star over the alleged offence of trespassing on a railway line.
Inspector Kevin Marshall told BBC News: “Following a photograph which appeared in a national newspaper on 2 February 2004, around 11am this morning officers from the British Transport Police interviewed Mr Noel Gallagher in relation to him trespassing on the railway line.
“Mr Gallagher fully admitted the offence at Golant, Fowey, in Cornwall, and he was reported for a decision to be made as to whether he could be prosecuted or not.”
The maximum penalty is a £1,000 fine.