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Trashing rooms. Exploding toilets. Driving a Lincoln Continental into a hotel swimming pool … while naked. When rock stars get arrested, they really go big.
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30 Most Embarrassing Rock-Star Arrests
The new biography is available now. That song. The whole incident lasted only about two minutes, the length of a great vintage pop song, but in its own way, it was more powerful, and far more political, than many of the Stones hits that came afterward. It was just after midnight and bitter cold. All five were piled into their black Daimler touring car.
Given the severity of some of the scandals that would later rock the Rolling Stones , facing a five-pound fine for peeing on a gas station wall seems fairly minor. But in the mid-'60s, their career was just taking off — and it was a whole lot easier to scandalize the British public. The incident in question occurred March 18, , when bassist Bill Wyman announced during the ride home after a London concert that he needed to relieve himself. The band pulled into a gas station, where members found themselves rebuffed after Wyman reportedly offended the attendant by asking, "Where can we have a leak here? The attendant, a year-old man named Charles Keeley who later described Wyman as "a shaggy-haired monster wearing dark glasses," told the Stones bassist that he didn't have a bathroom — which, given the size and purpose of the building, the band found hard to believe.