A man has been warned by police for harassing Kylie Minogue.
Police were called to a house in west London earlier this month (January 23) after a female resident complained about the unidentified man.
Authorities have confirmed they issued a formal harassment warning against the person, who was not arrested.
In a statement, a spokesperson for Scotland Yard said: “Both parties were spoken to and the matter was dealt with by the man being issued with a first instance harassment warning.” Representatives for Minogue declined to comment on the issue.
The Australian pop star is one of only a few names to have been confirmed for this year’s Glastonbury Festival at present. The singer will appear in the legends slot on the Sunday (June 30) of the event, following in the footsteps of the likes of Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, and Neil Diamond.
It will be her first appearance at the festival after she was forced to pull out of a scheduled headline appearance in 2005 to undergo treatment for breast cancer.
Minogue will spend the rest of her summer embarking on an outdoor tour of the UK, performing at venues like London’s Hampton Court Palace, Cornwall’s Eden Project, and Edinburgh Castle.
Last year, the star made a surprise appearance at London’s All Points East festival when she joined Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds onstage to perform ‘Where The Wild Roses Grow’. It was the first time she had sung the duet with the band since 2013.