At a press conference at the Plaza Hotel in New York, the questions were becoming increasingly personal, condescending or irrelevant, to which The Beatles' were developing a witty defence mechanism. When they asked George "What do you call your hairstyle?", the mop-topped Harrison replied in perfect deadpan: "Arthur".
But it didn't end there. Such was the influential power of the Beatles, that 'Arthur' was developed into a nightclub by a fan. Asked later on how he felt about having a club named after his hair, George said: "I was proud until I saw the nightclub!"
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