Rod Stewart forced to confront bandmates who were with groupies on tour ‘Had to stop them’

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Sir Rod Stewart, 75, would prowl hotel rooms trying to catch his bandmates having sex while on tour, according to Jim Cregan, 74. The guitarist worked alongside the rocker for more than a decade in the 70s and 80s.

Jim revealed the Maggie May singer would often don a white boiler suit and pretend to be the “Sex Police”.

Rocker Rod would often dress up in the uniform and confront his bandmates for having sex with groupies.

Jim said that Rod referred to himself as “Major Bucks” and would prowl hotels trying to catch his fellow musicians enjoying female company.

The musician added it was their “main source of entertainment” while on tour and everyone would get involved.

Jim explained: “In the Stewart band, the main source of entertainment was the ‘Sex Police.’

“Now the Sex Police was an organisation that was – in fact, I’m really only confessing that it exists now. It’s been over 40 years.”

He continued: “The Sex Police had a job to stamp out sex on the road.

“Not if it was you, but if it was somebody else having sex you had to stop them.”

“The details of how this worked – first of all we had uniforms.”

The guitarist detailed a moment with the “Sex Police” when the band toured in Germany.

Jim continued in the Stars, Cars and Guitars podcast: “I remember we turned up in Germany one day.

“The uniforms were white boiler suits with the insignia of something rather naughty on the pocket and the motto ‘cruella sed justi’, which in Latin means ‘cruel but fair’.


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“And we had ‘Sex Police’ written across the back in a curve – you know, I was a corporal I think. ‘Corporal Punishment’, I think my name was.”

“But Rod was ‘Major Bucks’. There were about seven or eight of us at the time,” Jim explained.

“We came into this hotel in uniform one day. We come up to the reception.

“We said, ‘Can I have all three keys to my room? My key and the two spares you’ve got there.'”

The receptionist refused to give the group the hotel room keys.

Jim went on: “She said, ‘Why do you need all the keys?’.

“And I said, ‘Because of the Sex Police’. And she said, ‘We don’t have any Sex Police here’, and the whole band went, ‘Oh yes you do!’.”

It is not the first time claims of Rod’s Sex Police have emerged, after drummer Carmine Appice previously spoke about their tours and spending time with groupies.

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