Gene Simmons of KISS recently reminisced to Baird Jones, who subsequently blabbed to the San Francisco Chronicle, about some fine times in San Francisco. Simmons recalled being on the second floor of the Fairmont Hotel with a naked woman, whom he asked to climb out the window to the end of a flagpole so he could take a picture of her. “And she did, naked. The problem is that she could not crawl back… So finally the hotel security had to come and help her down with a big ladder, but it took forever.” Simmons went on to describe a time in Indianapolis he gaffer-taped a woman to a chair, naked, and put her in a hotel elevator. “All this was always in good fun.”
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