Anwar Hadid EXCLUSIVE: Model engages in heated altercation on the street

Anwar Hadid was pictured engaging in an heated altercation with a stranger who accused him of stealing his Apple AirPods in the street in London on Friday.

The American model, 20, was confronted by Brian Clarke who allegedly asked him if he had found his headphones, after tracking the AirPods to the group on his iPhone.

Anwar appeared insulted by the accusation judging by his animated expression during the intense debate which took place outside a cafe in Hampstead.

Heated: Anwar Hadid was pictured engaging in an heated altercation with a stranger who accused him of stealing his Apple AirPods in the street in London on Friday

Heated: Anwar Hadid was pictured engaging in an heated altercation with a stranger who accused him of stealing his Apple AirPods in the street in London on Friday

Aside from Mr Clarke’s account, Mail Online understands that there is no evidence of theft.

Brian, 44, who had no idea the man in a tartan hoodie was a Hollywood superstar, told MailOnline: ‘The geezer was ‘effing and blinding’ at me, giving it the big one.

He said: ‘I told him to watch it or I’d go get my dog to settle it. He was swearing at me saying ‘I haven’t got your f****** iPhone, f*** you man. 

Comedy writer Brian explained that he had tracked them down with his phone, and said: ‘I showed them my phone with the ‘Find iPhone’ app directing me to them.

Not happy: The American model (right), 20, was confronted by Brian Clarke (second from left) who asked him if he had found his headphones, after tracking the AirPods to the group

Not happy: The American model (right), 20, was confronted by Brian Clarke (second from left) who asked him if he had found his headphones, after tracking the AirPods to the group

Unimpressed: Anwar appeared insulted by the accusation judging by his animated expression during the intense debate which took place outside a cafe in Hampstead

Unimpressed: Anwar appeared insulted by the accusation judging by his animated expression during the intense debate which took place outside a cafe in Hampstead

Exclusive: Brian, 44, who had no idea the man in a tartan hoodie was a Hollywood superstar, told MailOnline: 'The geezer was 'effing and blinding' at me, giving it the big one'

Exclusive: Brian, 44, who had no idea the man in a tartan hoodie was a Hollywood superstar, told MailOnline: ‘The geezer was ‘effing and blinding’ at me, giving it the big one’

‘He just said, ‘I don’t f****** know’. Well I don’t know how I didn’t lamp him. I had no idea who he was. He was a right k**b. I said he looked like a street urchin.’

Anwar was out and about with his friend Chass Bryan when the moment he encountered Brian in the street was captured on camera.

Explaining how he lost his AirPod, Brian said: ‘I was going to Marks & Spencer to get my mum a cake. I stopped outside the café next door to speak to someone. I took my earpods out and put them in my jacket pocket. There is a whole in the jacket and one fell out.

He said: 'I told him to watch it or I'd go get my dog to settle it. He was swearing at me saying 'I haven't got your f****** iPhone, f*** you man'

He said: ‘I told him to watch it or I’d go get my dog to settle it. He was swearing at me saying ‘I haven’t got your f****** iPhone, f*** you man’

Detective work: Comedy writer Brian explained that he had tracked them down with his phone, and said: 'I showed them my phone with the 'Find iPhone' app directing me to them

Detective work: Comedy writer Brian explained that he had tracked them down with his phone, and said: ‘I showed them my phone with the ‘Find iPhone’ app directing me to them

What's going on? 'He just said, 'I don't f****** know'. Well I don't know how I didn't lamp him. I had no idea who he was. He was a right k**b. I said he looked like a street urchin'

What’s going on? ‘He just said, ‘I don’t f****** know’. Well I don’t know how I didn’t lamp him. I had no idea who he was. He was a right k**b. I said he looked like a street urchin’

‘I switched on the ‘Find iPhone’ app because they are linked to my Airpods. The app told me where it was. It took me straight to the two guys, and one of them had an earbud in. I went over and asked if they’d seen a right AirPod. They said no, no, no.

‘I hovered around for 20 minutes. The indication on my phone was telling me my missing headphone was right where they were outside the café.

He added: ‘I was polite and said look is there any chance you have found it. They said no.

Hanging out: Anwar was out and about with his friend Chass Bryan when the moment he encountered Brian in the street was captured on camera

Hanging out: Anwar was out and about with his friend Chass Bryan when the moment he encountered Brian in the street was captured on camera

Oops: Explaining how he lost his AirPod, Brian said: 'I was going to Marks & Spencer to get my mum a cake. I stopped outside the café next door to speak to someone. I took my earpods out and put them in my jacket pocket. There is a whole in the jacket and one fell out

Oops: Explaining how he lost his AirPod, Brian said: 'I was going to Marks & Spencer to get my mum a cake. I stopped outside the café next door to speak to someone. I took my earpods out and put them in my jacket pocket. There is a whole in the jacket and one fell out

Oops: Explaining how he lost his AirPod, Brian said: ‘I was going to Marks & Spencer to get my mum a cake. I stopped outside the café next door to speak to someone. I took my earpods out and put them in my jacket pocket. There is a whole in the jacket and one fell out

Refusal: 'I switched on the 'Find iPhone' app because they are linked to my Airpods. The app told me where it was. It took me straight to the two guys, and one of them had an earbud in. I went over and asked if they'd seen a right AirPod. They said no, no, no'

Refusal: ‘I switched on the ‘Find iPhone’ app because they are linked to my Airpods. The app told me where it was. It took me straight to the two guys, and one of them had an earbud in. I went over and asked if they’d seen a right AirPod. They said no, no, no’

‘I crossed the road and walked around but the app directed me back to them.

‘Then the pair left the café and walked up the road and lo and behold my iPod app started walking up Pond Street with them.

He continued: ‘So I’ve tracked them to another café. ‘Dumb and Dumber’ then started getting abusive with me.

Biding his time! 'I hovered around for 20 minutes. The indication on my phone was telling me my missing headphone was right where they were outside the café

Biding his time! ‘I hovered around for 20 minutes. The indication on my phone was telling me my missing headphone was right where they were outside the café

He added: 'I was polite and said look is there any chance you have found it. They said no. I crossed the road and walked around but the app directed me back to them'

He added: ‘I was polite and said look is there any chance you have found it. They said no. I crossed the road and walked around but the app directed me back to them’

Accusation: 'Then the pair left the café and walked up the road and lo and behold my iPod app started walking up Pond Street with them.

Accusation: 'Then the pair left the café and walked up the road and lo and behold my iPod app started walking up Pond Street with them.

Accusation: ‘Then the pair left the café and walked up the road and lo and behold my iPod app started walking up Pond Street with them.

He continued: 'So I've tracked them to another café. 'Dumb and Dumber' then started getting abusive with me'

He continued: ‘So I’ve tracked them to another café. ‘Dumb and Dumber’ then started getting abusive with me’

‘He’s giving it ‘why would I take your iPhone’ in his American accent. I told him to stop swearing. He was saying, ‘we ain’t got it. Move’.

‘I was civil and told him not to be rude.

‘The guy was emptying out all his pockets. I thought ‘you doth protest too much’.

Denied: 'He's giving it 'why would I take your iPhone' in his American accent. I told him to stop swearing. He was saying, 'we ain't got it. Move'

Denied: ‘He’s giving it ‘why would I take your iPhone’ in his American accent. I told him to stop swearing. He was saying, ‘we ain’t got it. Move’

Proving a point: 'I was civil and told him not to be rude. 'The guy was emptying out all his pockets. I thought 'you doth protest too much'

Proving a point: 'I was civil and told him not to be rude. 'The guy was emptying out all his pockets. I thought 'you doth protest too much'

Proving a point: ‘I was civil and told him not to be rude. ‘The guy was emptying out all his pockets. I thought ‘you doth protest too much’

Insistent: 'I said 'I'll knock the granite out of you'. They definitely had it – I could see it'

Insistent: ‘I said ‘I’ll knock the granite out of you’. They definitely had it – I could see it’

‘I said ‘I’ll knock the granite out of you’. They definitely had it – I could see it.

‘If you find something you should give it back to people. I was so close to knocking him out. If I see him again I’ll give him a crack.’ 

Brian added that he felt he was being mocked by Anwar, after he posted a picture of Chass wearing an AirPod in his ear.

MailOnline have contacted Anwar’s representative’s for further comment. 

Struggling: 'If you find something you should give it back to people. I was so close to knocking him out. If I see him again I'll give him a crack'

Struggling: 'If you find something you should give it back to people. I was so close to knocking him out. If I see him again I'll give him a crack'

Struggling: ‘If you find something you should give it back to people. I was so close to knocking him out. If I see him again I’ll give him a crack’

Snapped: Brian added that he felt he was being mocked by Anwar, after he posted a picture of Chass wearing an AirPod in his ear

Snapped: Brian added that he felt he was being mocked by Anwar, after he posted a picture of Chass wearing an AirPod in his ear

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