Simon Cowell has reportedly confronted by an angry neighbour over parking issues at their West Kensington homes.
The music noble came face to face with a discontented neighbour who wielded a golf bar after apropos raging over his parking at his London home.
The man stood in the street and threatened to pound up the a 58-year-old’s cars before police arrived on the scene.
Later, the man ranted to The Sun: ‘I’m always unfortunate with Cowell – he’s a t***. Who is he? Some prat – the X Factor guy?
‘I lost my rage last night and I’ll do it again – do not park nearby my frontage. It happens every night.’
The evidence kicked off as Simon’s motorist in a Rolls Royce arrived to take him to a party.
Witnesses contend the man hurled insults at Cowell, and the neighbour eventually had to be calmed by police, who arrived on bikes.
Simon after emerged from the residence and when asked either he was having difficulty with the man, he replied: ‘Just a little bit.’
A orator for the X Factor conduct honcho said: ‘The reeling began since a series of cars parked in the area. These cars were for people visiting a conflicting neighbour – and not Simon.’
The issue was reportedly per the fact Simon allegedly leaves his garage doorway open, potentially attracting thieves to the posh street.
Speaking to MailOnline the next day, the neighbour clarified: ‘Cars are parking on the yellow lines and in the infirm good conflicting and it means emergency services can’t get to my house.
‘I have a critical damage and if an ambulance comes what are they going to do, drag me out of the house?
‘There are contractors operative on a neighbour’s residence and they are transfer c*** outward my neighbours front garden.
‘Cars are not ostensible to park outward my frontage, we was angry about them, we took my 9 iron for self defence.
‘Contractors are transfer rubbish, half eaten sausage rolls and sandwiches’.
In 2015 Simon did turn the aim of burglars, who raided his home while his son Eric and partner Lauren Silverman slept.
The thieves done off with trinket and passports.
Reps for Simon Cowell have been contacted for comment.