SIR Mick Jagger has splashed out $3.95 million (GBP2.2 million) on a second home on the Caribbean island of Mustique. The ROLLING STONES star has bought the two-bedroom villa next to his existing Mustique property, which was previously owned by SIR RODNEY and LADY OUIDA TOUCHE. The villa - called Pelican Beach - is situated within walking distance of the island's social haven, the Cotton House, but does not yet boast all the typical luxuries. A property insider says, "Unfortunately Mick's new pad doesn't have a pool, so he'll probably put one in. "The beach also has a major problem with sand fleas in the late afternoon." Jagger, 62, already boasts an impressive list of homes including a 26-roomed mansion in Richmond, London, a chateau in France, a five bedroom villa in the Hollywood Hills and an apartment in Manhattan, New York.