Disgraced British glam rocker Gary Glitter could walk out of a Vietnam prison in a matter of months - over a year earlier than his sentence calls for. Glitter - born Paul Francis Gadd - was convicted of committing obscene acts with children in Vietnam in March 2006, but hopes the Asian nation's September's National Day could give him a chance of early freedom. Government amnesty often occurs on major national holidays in Vietnam and lawyers for the shamed star are confident he will benefit for good behaviour. The 62-year-old was jailed until November 2008 but a ruling earlier this year (Feb07) will reportedly see the star released three months early, in August 2008.