After NJ pols and Englewood residents raised a firestorm over Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi staying at his Englewood residence, we now hear from the Post that Gadhafi has been kicked out of the swank Pierre Hotel as well. This time it was the guests who put up the fuss. One patron of the Fifth Avenue establishment, where rooms cost upwards of $1,400 a night said,"It's outrageous. How can they let this happen? I'll definitely be staying at another hotel next time." Gadhafi will be staying at the Libyan Mission to the U.N., in less sumptuous quarters.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has his reservation at the Barclay secure, but he's had some trouble as well: the Helmsley Hotel has canceled a banquet where Ahmadinejad was scheduled to speak. A spokesman for the hotel said, "Neither the Iranian Mission nor President Ahmadinejad is welcome at any Helmsley facility." Just in case you were wondering, Ahmadinejad is up to his old tricks: just on Friday he said the Holocaust was "a lie based on an unprovable and mythical claim."