Bosses of the French cemetery housing JIM MORRISON's tomb want to kick him out - 33 years after his death.
CHRISTIAN CHARLET, the manager of Paris' PERE LACHAISE CEMETERY, complains that flocks of mourners take pictures of the former DOORS frontman's resting place; leave notes, flowers and cigarette butts; and smoke marijuana, requiring a guard.
He says, "We'd like to kick him out because we don't want him. He causes too many problems."
The cemetery, which celebrates its 200th anniversary this month (MAY 2004), is the final resting place of OSCAR WILDE, FREDERIC CHOPIN and EDITH PIAF, among a long list of other notable figures.