Note to self: never take a photo of Bill Murray unless you have permission.
A few unsuspecting fans learned that the hard way when they tried to take photos of the actor at the restaurant Vesuvio in Carmel, California.
According to TMZ, the "Groundhog Day" actor allegedly saw people's flashes going off, grabbed their phones and threw them off the second story rooftop. The police showed up, but TMZ said that Murray apparently offered to pay for the phones and no one pressed charges.
The Huffington Post has reached out to Bill Murray's representatives and will update this post accordingly.
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