Japan allows Jagger to stay for two weeks

February 18, 1992|By Knight-Ridder News Service

Mick Jagger -- after a day's restriction at Tokyo's Narita Airport -- yesterday was granted a two-week "special permission" to promote the movie "Freejack" in the country. He was detained because of a 1969 London arrest for marijuana possession.

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