A photographer for the Sun Newspaper revealed that he was considering taking legal action against Prince William and his on-off girlfriend, Kate Middleton, following a number of incidents that he claimed 'invaded his privacy'.
"Its getting beyond a joke," said Paparazzi Alessandro Copetti. "I can't hide in a bush or climb a drainpipe without Wills showing up and looking very cross. One time, when I was minding my own business polishing my telephoto lens outside Bouji's nightclub. A car drew up and parked suspiciously outside the club. I could not believe my eyes when I saw Prince William and Kate Middleton get into the car in clear view without a care in the world or even a moments thought for my well being. It was as if they wanted me to see them and they had nothing to hide.
"At that point I realised that the only way I could prove that they were stalking me and making my life hell was to take a number of photographs and then jump onto the back of my colleagues motorbike - who just happened to be passing at the time - and give chase. Unfortunately they got away from me but I may have tracked down where they live.
"It's getting to the stage now where I can't hang around Buckingham Palace for the fear of coming face to face with the angry young Prince and who knows what sort of psychopathic action he might take the next time he sees me? He's unhinged and he's making my life a misery."
Copetti has presented all of his evidence to a number of national newspapers in the hope that whatever small financial remuneration they offer will ease at least, a little of his pain.