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Keef Is A Sensitive Guy

05:00 AM Sunday 4/23/00 | |

Rolling Stone Keith Richards, not exactly your poster-boy for better health through clean living, apparently got his knickers in a knot while hailing a cab in Manhattan recently, according to the New York Daily News.

On the taxi's door was a catchy advertisement: "The Hard Rock Cafe: Proud to feature fried items - - chicken, onions...Keith Richards."

A hot, but presumably not fried, Richards went home and fired off a letter to the eatery, telling them he has worked hard to build up his reputation and asking that the ads be removed pronto.

"We have agreed to take them down," Hard Rock Cafe spokeswoman Wendy Lopez told the Daily News.

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