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One Direction's Liam Payne unhappy about fans coming to his London home

Liam Payne was forced to apologise after photos emerged of him standing on a balcony ledge Credit: Dennis Van Tine/Geisler-Fotopres/DPA/Press Association Images

One Direction's Liam Payne has tweeted his unhappiness at the number of fans who are waiting outside his London apartment to meet him.

The Wolverhampton-born singer's friends have posted images online which have led fans to work out his address, leading to many waiting outside his flat.

The star tweeted:

"I know my friends have tweeted a lot of pictures of my house the past few days but can people please stop coming and waiting outside.

"I'd just like to be able to walk outside as everyone does and enjoy time with my friends, not feel bad for not wanting to take a picture.

"Sorry if I've been rude to anyone but I've come to realise if I take one picture more people keep coming everyday xxx hope everyone's good."

Read: Liam Payne apologises for 'irresponsible' photo.

One Direction star Liam Payne apologises for 'irresponsible' photo

This picture of Liam Payne on the balcony ledge was published on his friend's Twitter feed Credit: Twitter

One Direction star Liam Payne has apologised after a photo of the singer standing on a 360 foot-high balcony ledge emerged on Twitter.

The Wolverhampton-born star has apologised for the image on his Twitter account:

"You may have seen a photo of me today on top of a building. I regret being there and having a photo taken.

"It was a stupid and irresponsible thing to do. I am sorry, and do not endorse any fans trying to repeat this, as it is extremely dangerous."

One Direction made £5 millon each last year

Liam Payne is from Wolverhampton Credit: Madame Tussaud's/ABACA USA/Empics Entertainment/PA

Wolverhampton's One Direction member, Liam Payne, made £5 million last year.

Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Harry Styles also each racked up £5 million in earnings.

The group, who were put together on the X Factor, stormed the United States last year with their debut album, Up All Night.

The album has made it to No. 1 in 15 countries.

Each member made £5 million last year Credit: Hubert Boesl/DPA/Press Association Images
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