BEE Gees singer Sir Barry Gibb proves he’s still Stayin Alive by popping into a sex shop in Florida where he is said to be a regular customer.
The married father-of-five, 72, who was awarded a knighthood last year, was photographed visiting Sensations Video near his home in Miami Beach last week.
Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb visiting a sex shop in Miami, Florida, last week[/caption]
Sensations Video sells sex toys, lubricants and other raunchy products[/caption]
Brit-born Barry, who is the last surviving member of the legendary pop trio which he formed with his two brothers, wore a baseball cap as he entered the store.
The How Deep Is Your Love singer has been married for nearly 50 years to his wife Linda.
Inside Sensations Video – that sells “lube and magazines” – are “viewing booths” where customers can watch porn movies.
Aside from skin flick and raunchy magazines, the shop also has racks full of sex toys, flavoured gels and a selection of condoms.
Despite the many high-end sex shops scattered through Miami, Video Sensations cannot be described as being renowned, given it has earned just one star and scathing reviews on customer forum Yelp.
The legendary pop star was seen entering the store last week[/caption]
Barry lives in a $30m mansion nearby in Miami Beach[/caption]
The Brit-born singer was knighted for his services to music last year[/caption]
It is not known whether Sir Barry purchased anything from the store.
His spokesman declines to comment.
Barry, one of the most successful songwriters in history, returned to his $30million palatial bayside mansion which he bought for $1.5m in 1981.
The 72-year-old formed iconic pop group the Bee Gees with his brothers Maurice, right, and Robin, left, who have both since passed away[/caption]
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The musician, who was raised in Manchester before his family moved to Australia when he was 11, was awarded a knighthood by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace last year for services to music and charity.
His brother Maurice died suddenly in January 2003 from a twisted intestine with Barry and twin Robin by his side.
Robin passed away nine years later in 2012, aged 62, after a long battle with cancer.
Their brother Andy, who was not a member of the Bee Gees but was a solo artist in his own right, died at just 30 due to inflammation of the heart.
The Bee Gees sold more than 220 million records worldwide making them one of the most successful musical groups in history.
The group of brothers became one of the most successful songwriting partnerships in history[/caption]
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