Gary Glitter


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Gary Glitter

The anus, when used in reference to anal sex. Primarily heard in US, Australia, South Africa.
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1 hit, "Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)," and tracks by Gary Glitter, "Rock and Roll Part II," M People, "Moving On Up," and David Rose's "The Stripper," enjoyed a lengthy run on the Billboard 200.
GARY Glitter boasted to a young fan that comedian Spike Milligan was coming after him with a gun, a jury heard yesterday.
FORMER pop star Gary Glitter was arrested yesterday on suspicion of sex offences by police investigating abuse claims against Jimmy Savile.
Summary: Officers investigating the Jimmy Savile scandal arrested former pop star Gary Glitter on Sunday morning.
Freddie, 69, said he was "disgusted" by claims he joined Savile and Gary Glitter in abusing girls in a TV dressing room in the 70s.
London, August 16 (ANI): Pop paedophile Gary Glitter was seen leaving his London flat with food supplies and a foldaway red bike for a break in the UK.
LIVERPOOL'S world-famous Cavern Club last night defended its decision not to remove a tribute to convicted sex offender Gary Glitter.
PAEDOPHILE singer Gary Glitter was today ordered to sign the sex offenders' register after he flew back to Britain claiming he had suffered a "travesty of justice".
DISGRACED former glam rock star Gary Glitter left prison in Vietnam last night and began his journey back to the UK.
SHAMED rock star Gary Glitter was in limbo today after refusing to board a flight to the UK following his release from a Vietnamese prison.
SHAMED rock star Gary Glitter today refused to board a flight to the UK following his release from a Vietnamese prison.
RELEASED: Gary Glitter on the plane leaving Vietnam; LIMBO: Glitter on the plane from Vietnam.
The group, called Get Gary Glitter Out Of Herne Bay, claims the former glam rock star walked into a pub with a female friend, where he had a pint.
A NUMBER one hit by convicted paedophile Gary Glitter is to be removed from a GCSE music paper.
However, the next disastrous instalment of the Gary Glitter debate can be directly attributed to the culture of spin in Gordon Brown's supposedly spin-free administration.