PETE DOHERTY has sunk to a new low of disgusting behaviour.
The BABYSHAMBLES singer squirted a syringe-full of his own blood at two MTV News cameramen after injecting heroin in view of the production team.
The camera lens was splattered with Pete’s claret — leaving a horrified crew scared of infection and needing to sterilise thousands of pounds worth of filming equipment.
Doherty’s own bandmate DREW McCONNELL was so angry with the singer that he stormed off.
It is only a fortnight since The Sun printed pictures of Pete sticking a syringe into a young girl fan’s arm.
This latest stunt is equally pathetic and unforgivable.
MTV News had managed to secure a backstage interview with Babyshambles after a gig in Berlin.
Pete, who remains close to KATE MOSS, had refused to join his bandmates.
But midway through the interview Pete appeared in the room and sat down.
No one spotted the syringe he was holding — although you can make it out in my exclusive sequence of pictures.
He then took aim and unloaded a barrel-full of his own blood on the camera lens from a few yards away.
His face lit up and he shouted: “That was a wicked shot. That’s going to make a cracking link that is.”
But his two bandmates — bassist Drew and dummer ADAM FICEK — were not pleased. Drew apologised to MTV saying: “I think the interview is over my friend. I’m really sorry about that mate, that’s ****ed up.”
Then Drew fled and was seen kicking a door in a rage down the corridor. Pete also left but returned to perform a song once MTV had managed to clean the lens.
A source told me: “Doherty had been behaving strangely in the room next door.
“He seemed to be injecting heroin and didn’t care who saw him. Then he hid the syringe under a towel and went to the interview room.
“Suddenly he squirted blood all over the camera and cameramen. It left everyone shocked.
“The camera guys were worried they might have picked something up from the blood.
“It was a dirty and disgusting thing to do. No one laughed.”
You can view footage of the incident on www.mtv.co.uk/overdrive
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