Robert Pattinson is one of the most reluctantly photographed celebrities on the planet, and he boasts one of the biggest fanbases in the world with people constantly wanting their piece of him, but the actor reckons he's so switched on to people trying to take his picture, he turns the tables on them.
The 'Twilight' actor has revealed his different method to stop over-excited fans from taking his picture without permission or in private instances.
“I'm quite sensitive to people. You pick up on moods quicker, I think. I'm also really good at sensing if someone is around. It's weird, it's like a sixth sense,” he reportedly told the Metro.
"I always know if someone's taking a picture as well... You see people just taking a picture casually at a different (restaurant) table. I've got into the habit now of going up to people with my phone with the flash on and just start taking pictures two inches away from their face."
Rob, 26, recently opened up about how he was fed up of the 'Twilight' fame because he felt that his face was splashed everywhere and people would be fed up of him.
This nearly led to him turning down the role of Eric Packer in David Cronenberg's 'Cosmopolis', thank heavens he got over it!
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