Hollywood actor Johnny Depp left a “big hint” as he continued to make a series of surprise appearances with Jeff Beck after booking a curry house in Birmingham.
The 58-year-old ate out in Varanasi on Broad Street in the city, but has also been seen in Manchester, Newcastle and Shefield in recent weeks.
The appearance follows the defamation of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor against his ex-wife Amber Heard, which ended last week in the United States.
The jury found Depp’s 2018 article on her experience as a survivor of domestic violence vulgar and inflicted $ 10.35 million in damages.
Ms. Hard won in one count of her counterclaims and claimed that Depp’s press had hurt her by claiming that her allegations were “abuse hoaxes” aimed at taking advantage of the #MeToo movement. Insisted successfully.
The jury has given her $ 2 million in damages.
The actor wasn’t in court due to the jury’s findings on Wednesday, and instead touring with musician Jeff Beck appearing on many dates in the UK.
Beck is giving a concert at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham on Monday night. And it is widely believed that the horrors and hatreds of Las Vegas stars will reappear on stage.
MoHussain, Varanasi’s operations director, said Depp’s security team at PA News Agency patrolled the venue on Sunday afternoon and asked if he would book the entire 300 restaurants that night.
After that, Depp and Beck arrived at 7:30 pm with about 20 members of the tour crew and enjoyed a three-course dinner of chicken tikka shashlik, vegetable samosas, and king shrimp starter.
Hussein said he spent time “hugging, kissing, and taking pictures” with staff members, restaurant boss friends and family after Depp was over.
“He was very humble and talked and greeted everyone,” Hussein added.
“He met my three daughters and they made him give them a few one-liners from his movie.
“He said from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,’You’re weird.'”
“Really, this is a once-in-a-lifetime moment.
“Some of the staff were asking about the recent proceedings, but he was just smiling – it was a relief smile.”
“He gave me a big tip.”