Tim Burgess has admitted to partaking in an unusual practise with his Charlatans bandmates which includes cocaine, bums and straws.
The frontman of the iconic Manchester band is releasing his memoirs later this year and, in an extract taken from the book, Burgess details what the band called a 'Manhattan-powdered doughnut'.
Explaining better than we ever could, Burgess says: "We discovered the process of blowing coke up each other's arses. There, I have said it. It's not like we invented the practice but I realise now it's not an everyday thing for most people."
Adding: "Not every member of The Charlatans took part in this highly-charged ritual, which has been described as having 'a Manhattan-powdered doughnut'.
"I was a giver and receiver. They say giving is better than receiving, but believe me, in this case the giving is not that great."
Running readers through how this process of taking the Class-A drug works, Burgess adds: "You stick a cone pointy-end first into the participant's anus, aim your straw into the cone and blow sharply, like firing a dart from a blowpipe.
"Then wait for it... yes! The participant jumps around the room as if someone has rubbed a fiery chilli on the spot."
'Telling Stories' by Tim Burgess is available from April 26th.