Noel Gallagher was presented with a painting of his brother Liam by a fan as he landed in South Korea.
A huge crowd of admirers showed up to Seoul Airport to see the rocker as he touched down in the Far East country last weekend and many were armed with gifts for the 'Riverman' singer.
Noel - who played in Seoul as part of his world tour in support of his new album 'Chasing Yesterday' - was stunned when he unwrapped one present and discovered a painting of his younger sibling Liam, who he has feuded with on-and-off since Oasis split in 2009.
On opening the portrait, Noel admitted to The Korea Herald newspaper: ''It was very, very funny, I f***ing pissed myself it was so funny.''
He later posted on his tour blog Tales From The Middle of Nowhere: ''So, I'm given a present in a large bag which had drawn on the front: F***ing AMAZing PRESent ... It was a painting of our Liam ... AMAZing indeed!! (sic)''
The High Flying Birds frontman also blogged about his South Korean fans to praise them for their passion and loyalty.
He said: ''The gigs were just unbelievable, not for anything I did I might add, simply because those fans are truly incredible ... very special ... seemingly mostly teenage girls (which is nice) (sic)''.
He added: ''Not quite sure what I've done to deserve that at such a late state in the game but ... nice one!''
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