John Lydon's anticipated appearance on BBC debate show, Question Time certainly was interesting viewing.
During the show the rocker called for the legalisation of drugs saying it should be the individual's choice over what substances they put in their body.
"I don't see why these things should be illegal if the correct information is out there," he said to the Tory MP.
"Here's the problem - you can kill yourself with two tablespoons of table salt. Are you now going to ban table salt? Let us as human beings determine our own journey in life."
Mr. Rotten is no stranger to TV cameras as he has also starred in ITV’s reality jungles show, I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here, where he sparked (as usual) a bit of controversy when he referred to viewers as ‘f***ing c*nts’.
He told The Guardian earlier this weel that: "No one in British politics impresses me."
He then added that he doesn’t agree with all the stories about broken Britain and yobs, by saying: “I'm sorry, but we swear and smoke tabs. All these alleged rough house communities – like Yorkshire and Glasgow – have always been friendly to me. They are my people and they get my humour. All the supposed hellholes. I do well in hell."
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