Surely that's against the Law! Actor Jude debuts a questionable mohawk hairstyle as he takes to the stage at Letters Live
He confused fans in early 2015 when his thinning hair mysteriously took on a fluffier, fuller quality.
But that was a mere sideshow to the fetching new style Jude Law attempted to pull off during an appearance in London on Tuesday evening.
The celebrated actor, 43, appeared to have teased his hair into a rather questionable looking mohawk ahead of a welcome visit to annual literary event Letters Live.
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Self raising: Jude Law appeared to have teased his hair into a rather questionable looking mohawk ahead of a welcome visit to annual literary event Letters Live in London on Tuesday evening
Posing for photos shortly after arriving at cavernous venue Freemason's Hall, Jude's enduringly handsome features were overshadowed somewhat by his curious new look.
The British star did however look typically smart in a fitted two-piece suit and crisp white shirt while rubbing shoulders with fellow attendees - among them Monty Python star Michael Palin.
The celebrity contingent also included comedians Julian Clarey and Omid Djalili, presenter Edith Bowman and TV veteran Nicholas Parsons.
Hard to miss: Posing for photos shortly after arriving at cavernous venue Freemason's Hall, Jude's enduringly handsome features were overshadowed somewhat by his curious new look, in stark contrast to the thinning 'do he sported prior to an appearance in Bolivia last February
That's un-Bolivia-ble: Jude's hair looked remarkably fuller during a trip to the South American country in 2015
Devised by publishing house Canongate in 2013, Letters Live gives performers the opportunity to read correspondence from a host of celebrated luminaries in a live, theatrical environment.
Letter from David Bowie, Marge Simpson, Mohandas Gandhi, Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin, Kurt Vonnegut and Charlotte Bronte have previously been read to audience members at the event.
Taking to the stage on Tuesday evening, Jude was given the rare opportunity to read a letter from Frank Sinatra to newspaper columnist Mike Royko.
Honoured: Taking to the stage on Tuesday evening, Jude was given the rare opportunity to read a letter from Frank Sinatra to newspaper columnist Mike Royko
In attendance: Guests on the night included Monty Python legend Michael Palin (L) and TV veteran Nicholas Parsons (R
Special correspondence: Edith Bowman read a letter from the late John Peel to Matthew Bannister
Elsewhere Palin read correspondence from film producer Mark Forstater to Michael White, in which he tells him he "would like to retain ‘fart’ in your general direction.”
Bowman read a letter from the late John Peel to Matthew Bannister, while Clarey was given the honor of bringing to public consciousness a letter from Kenneth Williams to Frances Meredith.
Perhaps the biggest honour of the evening went to Parsons, who read a letter from Roald Dahl to Queen Elizabeth, in which he advises her to "Try & be a Dinketysnipsy Girl."
Side by side: Julian Clary (L) and Omid Djalili (R) also attended the first night of Letters Live
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