Brad Pitt and his wife Angelina Jolie returned to their London hotel from the Bafta awards to find four of their children running amok, it has been claimed.
The Hollywood couple went back to London's Dorchester hotel on Park Lane on Sunday night to find that other guests had complained about the noise, according to The Sun.
Their children Maddox, seven, five-year-old Pax, Zahara, three and two-year-old Shiloh allegedly ran up and down the corridors for more than an hour outside the family's suite while under the supervision of a nanny.
Pitt, 45, had been nominated in the best actor category at the Baftas for his role in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button while Jolie, 33, was in the running for best actress for Changeling.
The couple, who both missed out on awards, had earlier tried to keep a low profile at the Dorchester by shunning its Michelin-starred restaurants and opting for a curry nearby instead.
They went to the Noor Jahan, an Indian restaurant in South Kensington, where diners can expect to pay just £20 a head. Shauyab Ahmed, part-owner of the restaurant, said: "They booked a table for 12 at 7.30pm and were a bit late arriving, but that was OK.
"The other customers loved it and were very happy to see them."
They were joined by former supermodel Claudia Schiffer and her film director husband Matthew Vaughn, as well as actor Robert Downey Junior.