Actor's neighbour was Tweeting his every move
The Sherlock star found himself under surveillance after the resident started Tweeting constant updates on his actions.
But the matter was resolved amicably when Benedict’s friends asked the perpetrator to stop – and she baked him a cake to say sorry.
‘[She was Tweeting that] apparently I took off a shirt and then I put on a shirt,’ says Benedict, 36.
‘I’m trying to look after my Sherlock jawline, otherwise I’d have loved the cake.’
The actor says he has no intentions of joining the social media site himself.
‘I ramble,’ the Star Trek star tells Event Magazine.
‘Tweeting wouldn’t come naturally to me and I want to expend my energy on my work.’