Gary Glitter 'Will Fly to London'
Glitter has now agreed to leave Thailand and return to London where he will be reurured to sign the UK's national sex offenders register.
Paedophile and disgraced pop star Gary Glitter has agreed to leave Bangkok for London, according to Thai police.
Glitter, who served a prison sentence for child abuse, flew to Thailand after refusing to travel to London and being rejected for entry to Hong Kong.
Thai authorities said he would fly to London later. They said he had been told no other country would take him.
Glitter sold millions of records as a glam rock star in the 1970s, with hits including I'm The Leader Of The Gang.
Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was earlier deported from Vietnam after spending almost three years in jail for sexually abusing two girls.
Glitter had flown to Hong Kong from Bangkok after refusing to fly to the UK, and had made a plea for medical treatment after saying he was suffering a heart attack.
The singer had earlier boarded a Thai Airways flight to the Chinese territory after the Thai authorities refused him entry and threatened to deport him to Britain.
If Glitter ever does return to the UK, he will be met at the airport by police and required to sign the sex offenders register.
He will then be subject to monitoring and have to tell the police where he plans to live and if he planned to go abroad. He could also face an order prohibiting him from going near children or using the internet.