Liam Payne to Fans: "Please Stop Coming and Waiting Outside" House

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Liam Payne's recent daredevil move atop a balcony ledge caused concern from One Direction fans, but also pinpointed where he lives. Read what Liam said to fans waiting outside his home! Liam Payne dangerous on balcony ledge drunk pic
Liam Payne may have recently given fans a scare when he stepped on a balcony ledge...but the pics also tipped off people to where he lived.

And he wasn't happy about the attention.

To back up a bit, a friend of Liam shared a pic of the One Direction singer standing on a ledge outside of his high-rise home's balcony.

A flood of fan concern followed on Twitter, with many worrying about the 1D star's safety.

An unpleasant side-effect of the pic was that fans could identify where Liam lived--and Liam took the opportunity to ask for some privacy with a note to fans on Twitter.

Liam 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"

He added, "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"

Of course, Liam didn't want to sound unreasonable, but explained his case, tweeting: "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"

Give him space, people!

UPDATE: Liam responded to the danger involved in standing on the ledge, tweeting: "You may have seen a photo of me today taken on top of a building. I regret being there and having a photo taken."

He added: "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."

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