Deb Peterson of St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports: "Gene Simmons didn't kiss the Lou goodbye lightly. The tongue-wagging lead singer of KISS was at the St. Louis Galleria signing copies of his new book 'Sex Money Kiss' on Monday [September 29] when mall security spotted him with a woman who had a dog in a bag — a doggie bag. Security cops escorted the threesome — dog, woman, rock star — to the door. The woman and Simmons had refused to put the dog — breed unknown — in their car. Before leaving, Simmons (didja know he was born in Haifa, Israel, in 1949 and was named Chaim Witz?) was asked by an excited book-holder what he had done while in St. Louis. 'So far, only two blondes,' was the flip reply. Rim shot, please."


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