Sir Paul McCartney's wedding reception on Sunday (09Oct11) was interrupted by council officials who ordered the host to turn down the music following complaints from neighbours.
The Beatles legend married American heiress Nancy Shevell at a registry office in London and the reception took place in a marquee outside the star's mansion in the city's St John's Wood.
MCCartney took the microphone during the party and sang a number of songs, including a special track for his new bride, and superproducer Mark Ronson DJ'd for guests including Ronnie Wood and Kate Moss.
However, the noise levels infuriated the musician's neighbours, who called officials at Westminster City Council to complain, according to Britain's Evening Standard.
The newspaper reports a noise abatement team arrived at MCCartney's house around 1.30am local time to tell the host to turn down the music. They then monitored the event until its conclusion.