Sir Rod Stewart’s wife Penny Lancaster once threw him a pair of men’s underwear on the stage.

The hitmaker “I Don’t Want to Talk About It” is used to having women’s underwear thrown at him, and while performing in Las Vegas, he remembered his wife throwing him men’s pants from the audience.

On Harry Redknapp’s podcast, he said, “I was singing away in Las Vegas and a pair of men’s underpants showed up. They were really awful. It was my wife who vomited them! She was hiding in the audience, throwing up a pair of men’s underwear … I’ll still have thousands of women throwing their panties up. “

Meanwhile, Rod recently admitted that he is “stunned” that his wife had held him for two decades.

He said: “I am stunned that Penny kept me for 20 years.

“They didn’t make up the words for how I felt about them. She’s everything … It took me a while to learn because I’ve been a Scallywag in the past. But I’d say the most important things are good ones Manners – This is what I try to teach all of my boys. You can wear the best suits in the world, look great and have the best carpet, but you still need to show manners. Open the door for a lady, stand on when a lady goes to the bathroom when you have dinner. “

And Rod – who has eight children, including Aiden, nine, and Alastair, 14 with Penny – believes he gave his wife “a lot of confidence” to do her television work and her own career.

He said, “I’ve given her a lot of confidence. She does a lot of television work now and when we first met she was just a shy little person who didn’t talk a lot. I gave her the confidence. I’m sure it would they tell you. And she is there for me. “