Thursday, 25 March 2010

OAP Sir Paul McCartney rehearses at the O2 Arena and demands his OAP fans all have wheelchair access!

Ancient pop/rock/Beatle Sir Paul McCartney is launching his world tour and is presently rehearsing at the O2 Arena in London.
Tickets have been flying across the counters all over the UK especially when his fans are picking up their OAP benefits.
Instead of buying their weekly rations of bacon, loaf of white and The Sun or Mirror they've been splashing out their pensions on tickets for Sir Paul.
Now, Sir Paul being the charitable guy he is, especially after marrying that one-legged, ex-model who ripped him off for a couple of million, is demanding that all of his geriatric fans in wheelchairs (and that's the majority) have special access to the front of the stage so they can experience "wheelchair crowd-surfing" whilst listening to Paul croning out Yesterday, Eleanor Rigby and that all-time fav, Band on the run (not anymore at his age!).
It promises to be a fantastic evening and geriatrics who can't make the bog in time will be given free incontinent nappies during the show, what a luvely fellow!
Sir Paul has also announced 2 very special guests, Ringo Starr and Mick Jagger singing a new version of that Beatles classic "When I'm 65" now called "When I'm 85" (and still rocking, sad)!!!!!!