Paul McCartney Fondly Remembers Masturbating With John Lennon

Brings a whole new meaning to 'Come Together'.

Paul McCartney released his solo album Egypt Station last week, and during the promotion of it he was asked about the sex life of the Beatles.

No, we're not talking about how ladybugs do it, but rather stories like how John Lennon apparently once hosted an impromptu group masturbation session.

Telling GQ all about the "bonding experience", McCartney explained, "What it was, was over at John's house and it was just a group of us".

"Instead of just getting roaring drunk and partying -- I don't even know if we were staying over or anything --we were all just in these chairs, and the lights were out, and somebody started masturbating, so we all did."

Apparently McCartney and Lennon were joined by three or so of Lennon's mates and -- because back in those days Pornhub was just a thing of dreams -- they were encouraged to just shout out the names of women to get things going.

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"We were just, 'Brigitte Bardot!' 'Whoo! and then everyone would thrash a bit more."

"I think it was John sort of said, 'Winston Churchill!'"

McCartney described the group bonding sesh as "a one-off... or maybe it was like a two-off", and added that it may seem raunchy looking back but as youths it was just the thing you did to pass time.

"It was good harmless fun. It didn't hurt anyone. Not even Brigitte Bardot."

McCartney and Lennon at the Variety Club Showbusiness Awards. Image: William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images.

McCartney was also asked about the pervading legend of a 17-year-old George Harrison losing his virginity while the band shared a room, following the completion of which his band mates applauded.

"In music, it made us a very tight band, but as friends it made us able to read each other," McCartney said.

Still, despite the raunch of their past, McCartney DID clear up that if there were orgies, he wasn't participating. Not for a lack of invite, just simply... it's not his thing.

"I'm just not into orgies. I don't want anyone else there, personally. It ruins it! I would think -- I've never actually done it. Didn't appeal to me, the idea..."

Meanwhile, McCartney's publicity tour for this album has been immense. First he detailed how a DMT trip made him see god, and basically put him on a path to faith.

More recently he told Howard Stern he blamed Lennon for breaking up the band, and also laughed at the thought that, following his collaboration with Kanye West, people believed the rapper had "discovered" the former Beatle.

"That's not a joke," he said.

If you'd like to read more about McCartney's sexual exploits -- like the time he was gifted two sex workers on a trip to Vegas ("I had them, and it was a wonderful experience.") you can read the full GQ interview here.

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