Tabloid Hell: Beatles are poo - it's official

All You Need Is Stay Dry Nappies

Tabloid Hell: Beatles are poo - it's official
The Beatles have been subjected to many indignities over the years.

Whether it was Paul McCartney’s ’We All Stand Together’ (aka 'The Frog Chorus'), ’Free As A Bird’ or Ringo's acting, they’ve weathered a lot.

However, this could be the lowest point in their posthumous career.

’All You Need Is Love’ is soundtracking a nappy advert in the US.

During the LUV nappies advert a baby jumps on a teddy wearing one of the nappies while a cover band sings the ubiquitous hit, reports The Star.

Type-happy Beatles fans have been complaining, with one poster saying: “This the toilet. Why are they allowed to use an anti-Vietnam war anthems to promote a pants product?”

Indeed. We can't wait to tell them that 'Help!' is being used to advertise nasal hair trimmers.

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