Letting the cat out of the can

From left: Glenn Ong, Joe Elliott and Andre Hoeden with Vivian Campbell and The Flying Dutchman on the right.
From left: Glenn Ong, Joe Elliott and Andre Hoeden with Vivian Campbell and The Flying Dutchman on the right.ST PHOTO: ALICIA CHAN

English rock band Def Leppard opened a can of worms when three of their members visited the One FM studio yesterday for a recorded interview with the station's DJs Glenn Ong, 45, Andre Hoeden, 40, and The Flying Dutchman, 59.

The band's singer Joe Elliott, 56, guitarists Phil Collen, 57, and Vivian Campbell, 53, played a game of Can Of Worms, where they had to answer questions pulled out from a can.

When asked what the naughtiest present they have ever received was, Collen said: "It was a live cat that someone threw onto the stage. It was alive and okay, but to this day, I still have no idea what happened to it after."

Def Leppard are here for a concert tonight at the Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 24, 2015, with the headline 'Letting the cat out of the can'. Print Edition | Subscribe