Paul McCartney reportedly entertained public transport passengers in New Orleans by singing Beatles songs.
The singer and his wife, Nancy Shevell, were in the city for Sunday's Super Bowl, and McCartney hopped on a streetcar during his trip. Local resident Robert Senft says McCartney began singing songs by the Fab Four but that it took a while for passengers to realize who was performing.
He tells Britain's Daily Mirror, "This guy got on the street car and started singing Beatles songs. Everyone was just ignoring him because there's a lot of buskers in this town. He started to sing directly to my friend Evelyn. We realized it was Sir Paul McCartney and were in shock. He started singing with the whole carriage and taking pictures. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience."
Funny, I've read none of the Beatles ever refused a fan an autograph. Neither did Elvis, Jimi, or John Wayne. Todays celebs are more likely to wave you off and say don't you know who I am.