Former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney, appeared at the Velodrome and the Olympic Stadium today and led capacity crowds in mass sing-alongs to obscure Beatles songs at both venues.
McCartney was on hand at the cycling track, as the Great Britain women's pursuit team broke the world record. The song of choice was Why Don't We Do It in the Road? and the entire arena gave a stirring rendition while McCartney gyrated his hips in jubilation.
"It was a clever song choice, given that bicycles are typically driven on roads, but I think the song was originally about shagging," said one befuddled fan.
After Brit Jessica Ennis clinched victory in the heptathlon, 80,000 fans joined McCartney in belting out the lyrics to Helter Skelter.
"I thought it was an odd choice for a song-along, given the fact that it was an anthem for the Charles Manson killings, but I think the song was originally supposed to just be about a carnival ride, so I guess the crowd just went along with it."
"At least people knew the words to the chorus," said another audience member.
Fans started leaving the stadium in mass when McCartney attempted to lead the crowd in a rendition of Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey.
"Where is Sir Elton John to lead the crowd in a sing-along of The Bitch is Back when you need him?" asked one disgusted fan.