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Video: Sir Paul attacked by grasshoppers

Paul McCartney has long been a fan of the Crickets, but it wasn't Buddy Holly's band that was on stage with him the other night in Brazil. It was a swarm of grasshoppers!

Apparently the grasshoppers were big fans of Paul's music, and Paul got to know one so well he named it Harold.

And when he performed "Hey Jude," he sang the line "the movement you need is on your shoulder" to one of the bright green critters.

It will be interesting to see if any insects cause trouble when he plays a sold out show at Miller Park this July. Mosquitoes aren't nearly as humorous.



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05/09/2013 9:54AM
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In keeping with Paul's stated use of cannabis, Grass hoppers just makes sense.
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