Roger Waters' estranged wife wants her $35,000 Rolex watch back.
The Pink Floyd musician appeared in court with his fourth wife, Laurie Durning, at their divorce settlement hearing, where she claimed the singer is refusing to let her have the luxury accessory.
Speaking at Manhattan Supreme Court, she said: "I want my watch. That's all. What an a**hole you are."
But Waters' lawyer Robert Dobrish counteracted: "It's your watch. Pick it up at the store."
Laurie claims she tried to collect her gold Daytona Rolex from the repair shop but was refused it as it was left in the name of Roger's assistant.
She added: "When I handed his personal stuff back to him, he should have handed me the watch."
Justice Lori Sattler ordered the former couple - who married in 2012 after ten years living together - to sign their divorce settlement as well as a second agreement, which states Laurie is the rightful owner of the watch, the New York Post's Page Six column reports.
The pair had a prenup, which is said to be "generous" for Laurie.
Speaking after the settlement, Judge Sattler said: "I wish I could hold you up as an example for other cases of mine. It's wonderful that you resolved this so quickly."