Florida Residents Near Super Bowl Stadium Told to Watch Out for The Who’s Pete Townshend

Jose Lambiet writes in the Palm Beach Post:

The homes and schools close to Dolphins Stadium are receiving “sex offender advisory” postcards this week warning residents to watch out for The Who’s Pete Townshend, who’ll be performing at halftime of Super Bowl XLIV.

By next week, 1,500 homes will have received the postcard, sent by the Brevard County-based Protect Our Children. The non-profit acts as a community watchdog when it comes to sex offenders and sends similar cards to Melbourne residents where known pedophiles live.

Townshend, 63, was arrested in England in a 2003 roundup of alleged pedophiles accused of cruising online sites for photos of child sex. Townshend said he was just doing research for a book at the time. He wasn’t convicted of anything but was placed on that country’s list of sexual offenders for five years.

7 Comments on "Florida Residents Near Super Bowl Stadium Told to Watch Out for The Who’s Pete Townshend"

  1. I don't type this very often but OMG.

  2. People try to bring him down
    (Talking 'bout my molestation!)

    • Your mother left me here to mind you
      Now I'm doing what I want to
      Fiddling about
      Fiddling about
      Fiddle about!

      Down with the bedclothes
      Up with your nightshirt!
      Fiddle about
      Fiddle about
      Fiddle about !

      Oh wait, you don't need to change those.

  3. santosfabian | Jan 28, 2010 at 8:58 pm |

    maan, what an ass

  4. Larry Letch | Jan 29, 2010 at 12:35 am |

    This is such a stupid waste of time and money. Why not do something for the people in Haiti instead?

  5. What jerks! Pete Townshend has been off the sex offender register for over a year now. He lives in England. His whole incident had nothing to do with Florida. These idiots are just desperate for any kind of publicity and they don't care who they drag through the mud to get it. They're vile and someone should investigate their background.

  6. popeslattz | Feb 3, 2010 at 11:12 pm |

    The kids are alright!

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