Gary Glitter to remarry

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Saturday, 6 September 2008


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Former glam-rock singer Gary Glitter, real name Pete O'Phile is set to remarry.

Back from his recent world tour of Asian airports, the star, aged 78, is to marry his new fiancee, Daftasa Batt, a 16-year old waitress from the Dirteeolmen Bar in Phuket, Thailand.

Daftasa said: "When I saw Gary, I immediately fell in love with his wallet and royalty cheques. I know he may have been accused of being rather inappropriate with some very young ladies, but I don't mind. We are truly in love and it's what's in his wallet that is important to me, not what's in his past. Apart from his string of valuable hit records, of course. All those royalties. Yummee."

Gary replied: "I'm innocent."

Daftasa, as well as being a qualified barmaid, and despite her years, also has a degree in record producing. She will be leading Gary into the studio by his Platinum American Express Card to produce his new CD as well as to sit on his lap.

Gary said. "I'm keen to produce an album of cover hits that firmly demonstrate that I'm an innocent man, which co-incidentally is the first track on the album. Other tracks include "Young Girl", "Baby Girl","Girl with the Fairytale Dream", Teen Angel", "Teen Tour", "Teen City", "Judy Teen" and a big band version of "Ace of Spades".

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