THAT’S SNORT VERY GOOD, ROD! Leg­endary bonker Rod Ste­wart says coke made him IM­PO­TENT

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By JON LIVESEY

WE all love a moan about the weather in Bri­tain, but thank God we don’t have to deal with hur­ri­canes like those poor peo­ple in New York! I don’t mind a bit of wind and rain – it’s nice to snug­gle up to some­one and lis­ten to it bat­ter­ing away at the win­dows. But 85 mph winds?! No thanks!

It’s a bit de­press­ing that the clocks have gone back, too. It’s pitch black by 5 o’clock – that’s no fun at all! Roll on next sum­mer! TOP shag­ger Rod Ste­wart has re­vealed that snort­ing co­caine BROKE his John­son!

The Mag­gie May singer – who has bed­ded siz­zling babes such as Swedish ac­tress Britt Ek­land, pin-up Rachel Hunter and cur­rent wife Penny Lan­caster – says he took the drug in the ‘70s.

But he found him­self un­able to get it up when he used cheaper ver­sions of the drug.

He said: “Co­caine was best of all, we keenly felt, in phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal form.

“The very good news about that type of co­caine, we hap­pily dis­cov­ered – quite apart from the al­most im­me­di­ate eu­pho­ria it in­duced – was that, when you were on it, you could still get an erec­tion.

“On other, less pure kinds of nasty street co­caine, it was like row­ing a boat on a piece of rope.”


For­mer Faces singer Rod, 67, has also told how he started tak­ing the Columbian march­ing pow­der ANALLY af­ter band­mate Ron­nie Wood’s nose be­gan rot­ting away.

Writ­ing in Rod The Au­to­bi­og­ra­phy, the crooner added: “It was time, clearly, to think again about the co­caine snort­ing we had been do­ing.

“One idea, clearly, would have been to stop tak­ing co­caine.

“An­other idea, though – and for some rea­son this seemed to ap­peal to us both more – was to find an­other way to take it that didn’t in­volve the nose.

“So bought anti-cold cap­sules from the chemist’s, re­plac­ing the con­tents with a pinch of co­caine and then tak­ing the cap­sules anally, where, of course, the hu­man body be­ing a won­der­ful thing, they would dis­solve ef­fort­lessly into the sys­tem.”

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