Harrison Ford was refused entry to a London bar last weekend when bouncers didn't recognize him. The 71-year-old actor decided to kick back at the The Punchbowl pub in Mayfair - formerly owned by director Guy Ritchie - on Saturday night while in England's capital filming scenes for Star Wars: Episode VII
and looked ''annoyed'' when he was turned away. A source told The Daily Star
: ''Harrison came to the pub about 10:30 p.m. on Saturday for a drink with his friend. He looked quite chilled. The bouncer told him outright that there were too many people in there and he wasn't getting in. Harrison looked really quite annoyed,
but he didn't kick up a fuss and went on to the next pub with his friend. It wasn't until he'd left that the bouncers knew who he was.'' However, the pub cleared rapidly when fans realized Harrison - known for playing Han Solo in the original Star Wars
trilogy - was in the area and they followed him to a nearby bar. The source added: ''Eight pensioners left the pub to follow Harrison down the road. They said they wanted to drink with him and if he couldn't get in, they didn't want to stay. The whole thing was so embarrassing for the pub.''