Shamed glam rocker Gary Glitter has once again been banned from flying out of the U.K. after a judge declared he still poses a "significant danger" to children.
The pop star - real name Paul Gadd - has been subject to a Foreign Travel Order since his return to Britain in 2008, when he was released from a Vietnamese prison for sexually assaulting two minors.
He had hoped to have the block on his passport lifted after it expired on Thursday (09Sep10) but a judge imposed a further 12-month restriction on the star.
District Judge Elizabeth Roscoe referred to a doctor's report which indicated that the singer had not made progress with his issues, calling him a "significant danger to children here and abroad".
Gadd served three years in jail for molesting two girls, aged 10 and 11.