Paul McCartney shares sexually explicit story involving the Beatles band member John Lennon

1 November 1963: Two members of the Liverpudlian band The Beatles, John Lennon (1940 – 1980), singer and guitarist, left, and Paul McCartney, singer and bass guitar player. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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The members of the Beatles, was a very close-knit group, and now Paul McCartney is the detailing of the fans exactly how close. In a new interview, the 76-year-old musician detailed a special intimate evening with the late John Lennon and several friends.

Speaking GQ, McCartney was asked about a number of the more private Beatles moments that the fans do not normally hear about. That is when the star revealed that he and Lennon ever masturbated in the same room together with a few other friends.

“What it was,” he said. “Was over at John’s house, and it was just a group of us. And instead of just getting roaring drunk and partying—I don’t even know if we were to stay or anything—we were all just in these chairs, and the lights were off, and someone began to masturbate, so we did.”

He went on to explain that he, Lennon and three others were shouting inspiring names to the group, until Lennon background music is a real mood-killer.

“We were like, ‘Brigitte Bardot!’ ‘Whoo! And then everyone would thrash a bit more,” he said. “I think it was John kind of said: ‘Winston Churchill!'”

With that, the time was allegedly about. McCartney noted that it is not the kind of thing that happened often, if ever again.

“It was not a big thing,” he said. “But, you know, it was exactly the kind of thing that you do not have much time to think. It was just a group. Yes, it is very ordinary if you think about it. There is so many things, such as that from when you’re a kid that you look back on and you’re, ‘we have to do that?’ But it was good harmless fun. It had no harm. Not even Brigitte Bardot.”

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