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Madonna's son Rocco Ritchie filmed getting rowdy with friends on subway

Published 06/11/2016

Rocco Ritchie
Rocco Ritchie

The pop star's child appears to be gallivanting with a few troublemakers in the British capital.

Madonna's teenage son Rocco Ritchie was captured on camera acting up with his rowdy friends while riding on the London Underground.

The 16-year-old is now primarily living with his film director father Guy Ritchie in London after his mum and dad put an end to their nearly year-long custody battle in September (16).

And it appears the teenager is having a raucous good time as he settles down in the English capital, with new photos and video footage published by U.K. newspaper The Mirror showing Rocco and his pals acting unruly on the subway.

"You wouldn't have thought his mum was the queen of pop," an onlooker, who allegedly rode the train with Madonna's son and his mates, tells the outlet. "He was being a bit rowdy with his friends and jumping about on his skateboard on the tube (subway).

"Nobody noticed him and he kept his hood up. His mates were all joking about and one shouted 'I'm going to f**k up this train' before they calmed down and talked about their plans for the night."

The insider notes it was apparent they were getting prepared for even more naughty shenanigans during the ride.

"They were rolling cigarettes," the source recalls. "I couldn't understand half of what they were saying, clearly he thinks he's from the ends (the neighbourhood)."

Another witness on the subway also stepped forward to confirm the antics, calling out Rocco's wild pals.

"Rocco has just been on the the tube from Westbourne Park to Great Portland Street," the second source states. "His friends were a bit rowdy and one of them joked 'I'mma f**k up the whole train'. He hangs about with some suspicious characters doesn't he?"

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