Boy George cuts a relaxed figure in a hoodie and joggers as he hops on a bus in London

Boy George cuts a relaxed figure in a hoodie and joggers as he hops on a bus in London

Boy George cut a relaxed figure on Wednesday as he rode the bus in London.

The singer, 60, looked almost unrecognizable as he waited at his local bus stop, while taking a break from his busy schedule.

Although he’s famous for his love of flamboyant clothes and oversized headwear, the Karma Chameleon singer donned an understated black hoodie and beanie for his outing while traveling.

Sighting: Boy George cut a relaxed figure on Wednesday as he rode the bus in London

Boy George, whose real name is George O’Dowd put his hands in his pocket before boarding and paying for his ticket.

Onset occurs two months later the artist, claimed British Airways left passengers waiting in first class while Victoria Beckham’s car picked her up directly from the plane.

He took to Twitter to vent his frustration in June, saying he would avoid flying with the airline for a while in a now-deleted tweet.

Incognito: Despite being famous for his love of flamboyant clothes and oversized headwear, the singer donned a low-key black hoodie and beanie for his outing

Incognito: Despite being famous for his love of flamboyant clothes and oversized headwear, the singer donned a low-key black hoodie and beanie for his outing

It read: ‘Nice touch for @britishairways to let everyone in first class wait for the steps while Victoria Beckham’s car picks her up from the plane. Good will avoid stealing BA for a while! »

The musician was touring the US at the time with his 80s Golden Age band Culture Club and landed in London.

While former Spice Girl Victoria, 48, hadn’t documented her recent travels, her husband David, 47, and their daughter Harper, 10, had spent some quality time together in Venice.

Unhappy: In June the singer claimed British Airways had left passengers waiting in first class while Victoria Beckham's car picked her up directly from the plane

Unhappy: In June the singer claimed British Airways had left passengers waiting in first class while Victoria Beckham’s car picked her up directly from the plane

Angry: The singer took to Twitter to express his frustration, saying he will avoid flying with the airline for a while in a now-deleted tweet

Angry: The singer took to Twitter to express his frustration, saying he will avoid flying with the airline for a while in a now-deleted tweet

MailOnline contacted representatives for Victoria Beckham and British Airways for comment at the time.

This is not the first time the artist has spoken about the fashion designer.

In 2018, he revealed he had been shot a time or two by Posh Spice.

Years ago, the no-nonsense star asked for Victoria’s autograph when they met at a radio station, and she was rebuffed by her.

Special treatment?  The singer took to Twitter to express his frustration in the afternoon of June, but has since deleted the tweet (Victoria pictured in March)

Special treatment? The singer took to Twitter to express his frustration in the afternoon of June, but has since deleted the tweet (Victoria pictured in March)

He told Kyle and Jackie O the hilarious anecdote during an interview on their radio show KIIS 1065.

“She’s a little more serious now, isn’t she, but it was a fun time in her life,” George explained, before revealing that she had written rude words on a card for him.

‘I caught her at a radio station and told her you would write something funny about it for me and she wouldn’t write what I asked her to write, but she wrote : “For the b***h, f**k off!” he said.

The Kent-born singer went so far as to outright ban one of his acts on The Voice from singing a Spice Girls ballad during the knockout stage of the competition.

In 2016, George banned solo singer Vangelis from performing the band’s 1997 hit Viva Forever, before launching a furious five-man attack on Girl Power.

He slammed, “The Spice Girls are awful. I hate them. They have nothing to say.

‘Girl power. Yeah, and what is girl power? Fuck the Spice Girls.

“They are a cynical corporate creation and proof that a good stylist is more important than a good melody.”

Touring: Culture Club was touring the United States at the time

Touring: Culture Club was touring the United States at the time

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