George Harrison’s Beatles Private Confession to Billy Connolly – ‘We Were Banned From It’ | Music | Entertainment

Billy continued: “[The waiter] came back shuffling, and he said, ‘I think there’s someone here I should know.’ One of the guys who was with us pointed to George and said, “He used to play for Manchester United.” [The waiter] said, ‘Great, can I have your autograph?’

“Georges signed it. He left very happy. And the waiter came back and he asked me something. And I said, ‘It’s good man.’ And I turned to George and said, ‘I like man, you don’t have to learn anybody’s name. Just call them man.

That’s when Harrison made his confession.

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