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The 37-year-old, fears that his online comments taken out of context and may give rise to unmanageable rumours.
The Australian singer is particularly scared of being accused of chatting up women on the Internet, and so he has vowed never to use popular sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.
"Facebook is the most dangerous thing you can ever do. I will not go on it. I refuse. Twitter is bad too, but not as bad as Facebook because you go into people's pages and you talk to them."
"I was a good boy throughout my marriage, all the way. If someone sends you even the slightest hint, there's no excuse when you're married," he added.
Peter Andre seems to be very careful with his image and sure wants to keep his marriage safe.