A furious neighbour of Simon Cowell threatened to ‘smash up’ his luxury cars with a golf club after seeing red over the music mogul’s parking.
The unnamed man, in his 50s, flew into a rage after Cowell left his flash motors outside his £2.5million home in upmarket Kensington, west London.
Police were called to the property on Tuesday night after the row erupted as the X-Factor supremo was preparing to leave his mansion in a black Rolls Royce.
A furious neighbour of Simon Cowell threatened to ‘smash up’ his luxury cars with a golf club after seeing red over the music mogul’s parking
The man was heard screaming that he ‘had enough’ of his famous neighbour’s alleged anti-social behaviour.
The following day, the neighbour told the Sun how he flew into a rage after Cowell parked in front of his house, despite a warning being left on his door.
He said: ‘I’m always unhappy with Cowell – he’s a t***. Who is he? Some prat – the X Factor guy?
‘I lost my temper last night and I’ll do it again – do not park near my frontage. It happens every night.’
Simon Cowell with his partner Lauren Silverman, who live with their three-year-old son Eric in Kensington, west London
Witnesses to the incident claimed the irate man hurled insults at Cowell’s £10million palatial home while pounding the ground with the golf club.
Police officers on motorcycles then arrive to calm him down.
Cowell was present during the row, but no one was harmed during the incident.
The neighbour said he was angry at the music mogul because he leaves his garage doors open for long periods, which could attract thieves to the street.
In December 2015, Cowell’s townhouse was broken into by a burglar who stole jewelry and passports.
Simon Cowell’s £10million mansion in Kensington, west London, that was broken into in 2015
Cowell, his partner Lauren Silverman, their son Eric, then aged two, and a nanny were asleep in the four-floor, five-bedroom house during the raid.
Serial thief Darren February, 33, was convicted of the break-in and jailed for eight years.
In a victim impact statement read to Isleworth Crown Court, entertainment boss Cowell said: ‘The whole incident has been very traumatic and there is a constant fear that it may be repeated and that it may be worse next time.’