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Keith Richards admits to owing 50 years worth of library fines

Keith Richards admits to owing 50 years worth of library fines

Keith Richards has admitted he owes library fines going back 50 years.

Richard told The Sun that hanging out by the bookshelves was one of his favourite pastimes as a teenager. "It was a place where you get a hint there was a place called civilization," he said of the library in Dartford, Kent. "I still owe fines from about 50 years ago."

According to the newspaper, the cost could be as much as £20,000.

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