Katy Perry The Pillow Bandit

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Katy Perry likes a comforting souvenir from every city she stays in – she steals the pillows from her hotel suite. The singer is currently on a global trek promoting her new album, Teenage Dream, and has taken in New... 000_002_437_kperry

Katy Perry likes a comforting souvenir from every city she stays in – she steals the pillows from her hotel suite.

The singer is currently on a global trek promoting her new album, Teenage Dream, and has taken in New York, the Far East, and Europe.

She traveled from Paris, France to London on Wednesday and confessed she has built up a stash of feathery headrests on her trip. Perry tells BBC's Radio 1, "I do steal pillows. I took the train, the Eurostar, yesterday and I was really upset that I didn't steal a pillow from the last place I stayed. I don't know if pillows are the most sanitary things when it comes to hotels. The pillow covers are okay, but the characters that lie their head there. I mean, think of my head lying on the pillow… (for) that next person (it's) horrible." And it's not only bedding the singer likes to make off with – she's also partial to stuffing her bag with complimentary shampoo and sweets from the minibar. She adds, "I used to (steal bathroom products). I don't any more because I have so much I am travelling with, but I remember when I was 17 and I went to a really fancy hotel in Tokyo, it was my favourite, and I took home all the toothbrushes. And every day I would ask the maids, 'More lotions! More of these small chocolates please!"'

What a rebel!

That was supposed to be sarcastic in case you didn't catch it.

What do you think?

(Photo: Simon James/FilmMagic.com)

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