Game of Thrones” alumnus Sean Bean has been banned from his local pub after apparently losing his head one too many times.
By Ethan Sacks / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS / Published: Friday, July 19, 2013, 10:56 AM
The 54-year-old actor has been told he’s no longer welcome at the North London’s The Washington bar after an ongoing pattern of “rowdy” behavior, London’s The Sun reported.
“He’d come in from time to time and the locals would crowd around him,” a regular patron told the British newspaper. “He’d drink throughout the evening and was known to have run-ins with drinkers. Then one night he was going over the top. He was acting inappropriately — so he was barred.”
When reached by the News, a spokeswoman for the bar declined to comment on a "private matter."
The Washington has a reputation for being a haven for celebrities who live in the surrounding Belsize Park neighborhood, where Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim Burton and Helena Bonham-Carter live.
It’s not the first time Bean -- who played the fan favorite Ned Stark on “Game of Thrones” until his character was
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decapitated at the end of the first season --
has had a rough time in recent years just trying to enjoy a pint.
The British thespian was punched in the face and stabbed in the arm while defending the honor of his lady friend, Playboy model April Sumers outside of another bar.
The June 2011 altercation outside the Hill Bar and Brasserie in London occured after ensued after a passerby tossed out some lewd observations about Summers as she stood smoking with Bean in front of the bar, London’s Daily Mail reported at the time.
Much like the warrior he played in “The Fellowship of the Rings,” Bean opted to use the bar’s first aid kit kit instead of going to the hospital.
"He seemed ok and wanted to have another drink," a bar staffer told the Mail.