'American Idol' David Cook's message to 'disturbing' fans

Davidcook_aifinale08_240 David Cook loves his fans, really, but could they perhaps just be a little less ... fanatic?

The "American Idol" champ posted a plea on his MySpace Celebrity blog on Sunday, March 22, labeled "Attention."

Cook, 26, thanks his fans, but then launches into a discussion of behavior that he finds "disturbing."

"[T]he efforts by some fans to find our hotel rooms, call our hotel rooms, attach things to our bus, etc., is something I have to condemn," he writes, whilst no doubt looking over his shoulder.

The reality show winner tries to soften the harsh blow by explaining how celebrity and fandom should function: "This relationship only works when it remains healthy for both parties, and should this behavior continue, the only thing we can do is take more preventative measures to maintain our privacy, which in turn makes us less accessible to you."

For more on Cook and all things 'Idol,' check out LA Times' Idol Tracker.

Is David being too harsh? Or should he just endure this behavior since it's part of being famous?