Keith Richards strange habits picked up by sonFebruary 28th, 2009 - 5:59 pm ICT by ANI
New York, Feb 28 (ANI): Keith Richards, the founding member of The Rolling Stones, seems to have passed on his strange traits to his son.
Richards, 65, had made headlines two years ago when he said he snorted his dads ashes with cocaine, and later insisted that he was just kidding.
Now in the upcoming pop-culture bio A Day in the Life, Robert Greenfield reveals that Marlon Richards, the singers son with Anita Pallenberg, had strange habits as a youth.
Marlon was a bit wild. He would eat ants, and Keith would say, He wants to eat [bleep]ing ants? No problem, man. Let him eat what he wants, the New York Post quoted Charley Weber, Richards pal, as telling Greenfield.
Marlon would put his hand into the butter in the middle of the big dinner table and eat it, and Keith loved it, he had added. (ANI)
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