Colombia: Mick Jagger enjoys a typical Colombian sweet treat
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Colombia: Mick Jagger enjoys a typical Colombian sweet treat

He might be the frontman for one of the world’s most legendary rock groups, but Mick Jagger showed his sweeter side while out wandering around central Bogotá.

The Rolling Stones’ singer was filmed enjoying an oblea prior to taking in the sights of the Colombian capital’s historic Candelaría neighborhood.

Obleas are a popular sweet snack across Colombia and Latin America. A thin wheat-flour wafer is topped with your choice of sweet toppings, including jam, dulce de leche (caramel spread), crushed nuts, whipped cream and even grated cheese.

Jagger will be performing with the rest of the Stones on Thursday at Bogotá’s Campin stadium. The gig forms part of the band’s Latina Olé tour, which will see the group go on to play in cities including Lima, Havana, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro.

The concert has been criticized by many of the capital’s residents for its over-inflated ticket prices, with some seats being sold for around five million pesos ($1,500).