SEX PISTOLS Frontman Is Wild For Bugs

September 24, 2004

According to Britain's the Sun newspaper, SEX PISTOLS frontman John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten) has signed up to front a wildlife show all about insects. Lydon is already presenting two wildlife shows for Five about gorillas and sharks. Now he will be revealing his love of creepy-crawlies in a Discovery Channel documentary. During filming for "John Lydon's Megabugs", the foul-mouthed star was set upon by killer bees and sucked by leeches. Highlights of the series — which starts in November — include tarantulas, deadly hornets and glow-in-the-dark scorpions.

In other news, late SEX PISTOLS bassist Sid Vicious has made the new edition of the Oxford Dictionary Of National Biography. Read more.


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