Rocker Rod Stewart has a debauched past, but some details about his hard partying ways should have always remained private. The 67-year-old crooner told “Access Hollywood” that he and Faces bandmate Ronnie Wood occasionally used cocaine suppositories in the 1970s.
They came up with the creative method after snorting so much of the drug it burned a hole through Wood’s septum.
Stewart was discussing the good times as part of publicity rounds for his new book, “Rod: The Autobiography.”
“As far as the drugs are concerned, I was never an addict. I was never, you know, in rehab,” he said. “It never affected my family or my relationships or anything. I was just a social user.”
But Wood’s near-destruction of his nasal passages didn’t stop either man from continued drug use.
“We found another method of taking the drug,” he said. “We put them in a little pill like the French do them, (a) suppository. We did that for a little while. Are we still on the air?” he added with a laugh.