THREE STONES FOUND GUILTY OF ‘INSULTING BEHAVIOR’
Rolling Stones bass player Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were each found guilty of “insulting behaviour” and fined the princely sum in 1965 of five British pounds after Wyman badly needed a pee while the Rolling Stones were driving back from a gig.
Such a long-haired lout was refused entry to a toilet at the East London service station.
The Stones trio let rip and Jagger led them into a chant of “We will piss anywhere, man”.
Wyman relieved himself against a nearby wall.
Keith Richards has in press interviews put the blame squarely at the feet of Bill’s big bladder > saying it takes him forever to piss. But hey, when you’ve gotta go > you gotta go!!
DOESN’T SOUND LIKE THE LIFE OF BRIAN
“I got quite a reputation a couple of years ago for being the youngest alcoholic in London. But I drink very little now.”
That’s Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones > who drowned several years later while heavily affected by drugs and alcohol > speaking to Melody Maker magazine about his supposedly clean-living lifestyle change in a 1966 interview.
He went on to say that his favourite drink was milk > YEAH RIGHT!!