Anthony Kiedis, frontman of super rock band The Red Hot Chili Peppers, was in Malta last week on a private visit.

After arriving from London, the singer flew straight to Gozo with the Harbour Air Seaplane from the Valletta Waterfront.

He stayed in a private farmhouse in Gozo and was seen having dinner in various restaurants and also chartered a boat for a day to go around the two islands.

Anthony Kiedis, 44, went on a tour to Mdina on Friday before heading back to the airport. American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers have sold millions of albums and penned some of the finest rock anthems of the last 15 years, including Give it Away, Californication and By The Way.

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