A pub licensee was left 'angry' after police officers showed up at her door amid confusion over the Saturday night's performers - a band called 4am.
Kate Dillon, of The Feathers pub in Surrey, had placed an advert in local paper The Villager promoting 'live music from 4am'.
The advert was misinterpreted as flouting licensing laws, prompting a visit from two police officers, a licensing officer and a lady from Spelthorne Borough Council.
The quartet arrived at 9.30pm on a 'busy' Friday night and Dillon was 'angry' that they hadn't thought to call. "They have my email address and telephone number, I don't know why they just didn't pick up the phone," she told the Huffington Post UK.
Once the matter was cleared up, the visitors promptly left the pub and the gig went ahead as planned.
She said: "It was a few of my customers who emailed the local papers first of all, I was just going to let it lie. I think they were angry. We're a community pub, people come here for a quiet drink and something to eat. I think our youngest regular is about 30."
Spelthorne Borough Council told the BBC: "Following a visit to the Feathers, there was no cause for concern.
"The visit was carried out following seeing an advertisement which mentioned 4am. On investigation, this was part of the name of the band. Licensing staff often make such visits, either pre-arranged or not and the Feathers was one of a number of premises visited that night."