Desperate pervert Gary Glitter heading back to UK
His decision ends a two-day farce that began when he was released from a Vietnamese prison after serving his sentence for child abuse.
The 64-year-old has been twice refused entry into Thailand and once turned away from Hong Kong after flying out from Vietnam.
But Thai police general Phongdej Chaiprawat said he did not know when the ageing former rocker will leave Bangkok nor which flight he will be taking.
Glitter, real name Paul Francis Gadd, was convicted in March 2006 of committing "obscene acts with children" in Vietnam. He served two years and nine months of a three-year sentence which was reduced for good behaviour.
A police spokesman said Glitter arrived back in Bangkok today and was again denied entry. He said Glitter's airline, Thai Airways, should ensure he continues on his originally planned journey to England.