Michael Jackson's children infuriated hotel staff by ordering fast food from room service at 4am, it has been claimed.The 'Thriller' singer - who was staying at the Inn at Perry Cabin in the seaside town of St. Michael's, Maryland, last week - demanded finger food be brought to his room for ten-year-old Prince Michael, nine-year-old girl Paris and five-year-old Prince Michael II, who is known as 'Blanket'. A staff member told the New York Post newspaper: "They were on a completely different time zone."We were getting calls at 4am from Jackson himself asking for all kinds of things, including chicken fingers and other types of kids' food."However Jackson was apologetic for his requests, and thanked the staff for their efforts.The source added: "He even called and blessed the manager."The 'Beat It' singer is rumored to be looking into buying a home in St. Michaels after it was made a "no-fly zone".The picturesque town has become a property hot spot for stars wanting to escape paparazzi helicopters after US Vice President Dick Cheney imposed the ban when he bought a house there in 2005. Legendary guitarist Eric Clapton enjoys yachting holidays in the town and both Julia Roberts and Oprah Winfrey are also said to be looking at beachfront homes.