British rapper Dappy was mugged for his expensive jewellery and attacked with a bottle while dining at a posh London restaurant, according to U.K. reports.
The N-Dubz star was enjoying a meal with pals, including fellow rapper Tinchy Stryder, at an eaterie in Fulham on Friday night (01Apr11) when he was accosted in the venue's restroom.
According to Britain's News of the World, three thugs threatened the star with a knife before fleeing with a $16,000 (£10,000) chain and other jewellery.
But the trouble didn't stop there - the rapper allegedly accused another table of diners of setting up the theft, prompting a violent brawl to break out.
The publication reports Dappy was hit over the head with a bottle of sparkling mineral water during the scuffle.
A source tells the newspaper, "It was pandemonium. Tinchy hung back and watched in shock."
The publication adds that when police arrived at the scene, Dappy allegedly refused to press charges.
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