Usain Bolt stumbles out of posh London club Toy Room at 5am – and gets pursued by barstaff with chip-and-pin machine

USAIN BOLT almost left an exclusive London nightclub apparently without paying his bill after partying until the early hours.

The eight-time Olympic champion was out clubbing in the West End when the incident occurred.

 Bolt was out in London until the early hours

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Bolt was out in London until the early hours
 But before Bolt left a Toy Room staff member demanded a payment

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But before Bolt left a Toy Room staff member demanded a payment

Bolt was pictured outside the Toy Room in London's Soho at 5am with a member of staff holding a chip and pin machine.

The employee appeared to be asking for payment for the evening.

Sources claim he said "not now" before being ushered away from the scene.

The Jamaican then looked worse for wear as he was helped into his van by security.

 The employee was seen clutching a card machine

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The employee was seen clutching a card machine
 A conversation with the man ensued with Bolt insisting 'not now'

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A conversation with the man ensued with Bolt insisting 'not now'
 The exchange took place at 5am in the morning

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The exchange took place at 5am in the morning
 The Jamaican was then led away from the scene

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The Jamaican was then led away from the scene

After calling time on his sporting career in January following a brief foray in professional football, Bolt has been enjoying life away from competition.

Lightning Bolt made two appearances for Central Coast Mariners, scoring twice in his second outing.

But a permanent deal could not be agreed.

Regarded as the finest sprinter in Olympic history, Bolt's athletics career ended after the World Championships in 2017.

USAIN BOLT almost left an exclusive London nightclub apparently without paying his bill after partying until the early hours.