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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Eddie Murphy Berates Motorcyclist For Parking Too Close To His Rolls Royce


He rose to international stardom in 1984 with action comedy Beverly Hills Cop.

And on Saturday Eddie Murphy looked to be taking a page out of Axel Foley's book as he reportedly berated a motorcyclist for parking too close to his Rolls Royce.

The 53-year-old was spotted in Los Angeles outside of his favourite Coffee Bean giving the rider a piece of his mind as his girlfriend stood nearby.

Eddie was apparently upset that the biker had blocked the passenger door, making it difficult for his gorgeous girlfriend Paige Butcher to enter the vehicle.

The father-of-eight was keen on making his new acquaintance back out of the spot rather than move himself.

But it appears that Eddie lost the battle as he was later pictured hopping into the driver's side of his car with the motor bike still parked nearby.



Meanwhile, his Australian love was spotted carrying multiple drinks, seeming to be meeting up with other people after visiting their local coffee joint.


Last year, Paige talked to Vanity Fair about her love of caffeinated beverages.

'I never drink too much coffee, but I get an iced coffee when it’s hot. If not, I get a hazelnut latte.'


Paige met Eddie, who is 18 years her senior, back in 2006 when they working together on the film Big Momma's House 2, but only began dating two years ago.


Now that she's serious with Eddie, Paige refuses to get on board the social networking trend.

'I’m in a relationship with a celebrity, so I felt like there’s already enough of me out there,' she told Vanity Fair.


'I felt like I was giving out too much information. I was giving people too much access.'

Prior to dating Paige, Eddie has had a busy love life and fathered eight children with four different women, including Spice Girl Mel B.


Before getting serious with Eddie, Paige was previously linked to model-actor Tyson Beckford and business magnate Russell Simmons.

Meanwhile, Eddie is reprising his role as police detective Axel Foley in the fourth installment of the Beverly Hills Cop franchise, reports RollingStone.

Shooting will take place in Detroit and Jerry Bruckheimer is set to produce. 


Beverly Hills Cop 4 is scheduled for a March 2016 release.