ROB­BIE: I DE­SERVE A DRUGS VOUCHER

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POP star Rob­bie Wil­liams has sug­gested he should be al­lowed to take drugs once a year – if he’s been on his best be­hav­iour.

In a can­did rev­e­la­tion the 42-year-old said his wife Ayda Field, 37, had saved him from be­com­ing a drug ad­dict.

How­ever, he sug­gested she gives him a free pass for one night an­nu­ally to take what­ever he wants.

Rob­bie said: “It was death, in­sti­tu­tions, hos­pi­tals – I knew that that was where it was go­ing. And I got the ba­sic fact that I was an ad­dict, which is un­for­tu­nate be­cause I liked drink­ing and I liked tak­ing drugs!

“I def­i­nitely can’t drink. I def­i­nitely can’t do coke. I can’t do ec­stasy and I don’t fancy heroin. Or M-Cat or ke­tamine or any of those things.

“But maybe there’s a once-a-year spe­cial voucher that I get for good be­hav­iour. I’ll leave it to your imag­i­na­tion.”

Rob­bie’s en­joy­ing a solo re­nais­sance af­ter his lat­est solo al­bum, The Heavy En­ter­tain­ment Show, shot straight to the top of in the al­bum charts.

The al­bum has made him the most suc­cess­ful Bri­tish solo act in chart his­tory, with 12 al­bums reaching the top spot. By BECCA STUBBS becca@sun­daysport.co.uk Al­bum

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