Hollywood star Will Smith is happy to sign autographs for fans - because it means he can leap to the front of the queue in posh restaurants.
The Hancock actor insists he never moans about the constant attention he receives from paparazzi or movie-goers as it is the price he pays for fame.
And he is adamant that by always agreeing to give fans his signature, he earns the right to be treated like a star.
Smith tells USA Today newspaper, "By being famous, you're afforded rights that other people who aren't famous aren't afforded. If I'm going to walk to the front of the line (at the restaurant) because I'm Will Smith, then I have to sign all the autographs.
"If I don't want to sign any autographs, I don't walk to the front of the line. It's that simple. Stand in the line with everybody else."