Sacre bleu! Apparently someone had an appetite for Axl Rose's jewels!
Per British reports, French police are probing the theft of $200,000 worth of trinkets taken from the Guns N' Roses frontman at an afterparty following the legendary band's gig at Paris' Bercy Stadium.
"Paradise City" this was not.
A police source told the U.K.'s Daily Mirror that three gold-and-diamond necklaces were lifted from the 50-year-old Rose while he wasn't wearing them.
No word how the culprit got his hands on them. But the oft-volatile singer was reportedly "fuming" after learning his stash had been taken.
A rep for Guns N' Roses was unavailable for comment.
Rose and his hired Gunners are in the midst of a European trek and are slated to play Menchengladbach, Germany, on Friday night.
But as often happens with Guns N' Roses, the tour hasn't been without controversy -- from GNR's decision to ban fans from entering venues wearing T-shirts of ex-guitarist Slash to Axl threatening to walk off the stage at a recent London gig after audience members threw money and plastic cups at the band when they started 50 minutes late.