Kate Moss' grave caution
Mar 20, 2008, 12:35 GMT
10/10/2007 - Kate Moss - London, England © Solarpix / PR Photos
Kate Moss was cautioned by police for dancing on the grave of Doors frontman Jim Morrison.
The supermodel and her rocker lover Jamie Hince visited the music legend's resting place and decided to pay homage to him by belting out his 1967 track 'Alabama Song'.
However, security guards - who had allowed the couple to visit the shrine after it closed - at Paris' Pere Lachaise Cemetery were not impressed and told them to calm down.
A source said: "The security guard who let them in was reprimanded and a giggling Kate and Jamie were told off.
"It was hilarious and they left to get ready for Jamie's concert with his band The Kills still laughing and singing the main refrain from 'Alabama Song'."
Earlier this week, it was revealed Kate had been banned from performing with Jamie's band.
The British beauty - who regularly duetted with ex-lover Pete Doherty - has joined Jamie on his current tour and begged the guitarist to let her go on stage.
However, his bandmate Alison Mosshart is adamant it won't happen.
A source said: "Alison has told Kate to keep her boundaries and keep away from the microphone. Alison and Jamie have worked for years to make a name for themselves and have only recently had the success she thinks they deserve."
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