Keith Richards is a survivor

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Pickled Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards apparently lives next to a real Nutter Butter near his mansion in Connecticut. The New York Post reports that a 69-year-old neighbor had a “frightening cache of guns, ammo and explosives” — one of which had Richards’ name on it.

The man told police he made a bomb for Keith, according to the Post, although it’s unclear if he meant to blow up the rocker. Maybe he wanted to give him the unexploded weapon as a gift.

Of course, if the thing detonated, once the smoke cleared and rubble settled, indestructible Keith would likely be sitting there, smoking a cigarette. He has survived heroin addiction, falling out of a palm tree on his head and Mick Jagger’s solo career, after all.FeaturesGossipKeith RichardsRolling Stones

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