Led Zeppelin rocker Robert Plant was so poor before he found fame he resorted to petty crime to survive.
The musician struggled to get by in the 1960s when he started out performing with group Band Of Joy.
Plant, who has named his latest album after the band, admits he would often steal petrol out of cars and take milk from local residents in Manchester, England because he had no money.
He tells Britain's Daily Express, "We were better at siphoning petrol out of parked cars than we were at pulling crowds. We all meant it. We were at the point of starvation and would get involved in thievery. We would nick (steal) bottles of milk off the doorsteps in Manchester at 5am while tenants were waking up."