Prince Andrew caused a “terrible commotion” during a charity auction held by a posh London club.
According to rumors, the Chelsea Arts Club’s If I Ruled the World charity display contained a black and white painting of the disgraced Duke of York.
An irate club member tore down the photo, which was taken by club member John Stoddart in 2000, and has yet to return it.
The image of Andrew also earned £210 from an unnamed buyer, according to Daily Mail editor Richard Eden.
The commotion comes only days after Andrew sparked a royal uproar when he escorted his mother, Queen Elizabeth, to his late father Prince Philip’s funeral ceremony on March 29.