The surviving members of The Rolling Stones commemorated the 20th anniversary of Keith Richards' death by shooting themselves up with heroin. They also shoot up Keith Richards' corpse.
The corpse of Keith Richards has traveled with the band since 1989.
"Sometimes it's hard to lug him around everywhere we go." Lead singer Mick Jagger said. "The summer stadium shows are the worst, especially on hot days."
"It's been like 'Weekend at Bernie's' for the last twenty years," drummer Charlie Watts added. "The hard part is getting him through airport security."
The Rolling Stones plan to be together as a group for another five years. They plan on having a "Heroinfest" in Keith Richard's memory in 2013 at Wembley Stadium. All fans for the 25th anniversary show will get a needle to shoot up with and some pure heroin.