Photobombing the lasting memories of total strangers is something most of us have done on a night out.
But none have ended up quite as iconic as this one.
The Beatles‘ famous Abbey Road album cover features probably the greatest photobomb of all time – and it was a complete accident.
But did you ever spot it?
On the cover of the 1969 album, the Fab Four walk in a line across a zebra crossing in North West London.
And in the background, a mystery man stands at the side of the road.
The man, wearing a brown jacket and white shirt, was tracked down a number of years later, but not before a number of people claimed it was them.
He once told The Mirror: “[I told her] ‘I’ve seen enough museums. I’ll just stay out here and see what’s going on outside’.”
© Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Credits: Youtube It was at that moment that he was struck by the sight of four men striding across the road, especially by the fact that one of them – Paul McCartney – wasn’t wearing any shoes.
He said: “I just happened to look up, and I saw those guys walking across the street like a line of ducks.
“A bunch of kooks, I called them, because they were rather radical-looking at that time.
“You didn’t walk around in London barefoot.”
Paul was later shocked to see himself standing in the background on the cover of the album.
He added: “I saw the album and I recognized myself right away.
“I said to my children, ‘Get a magnifying glass out and you’ll see me’.”
He sadly died in 2008, at the age of 98.
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