The Sunday People reports Neil McCormack, one of the old pals of U2 frontman Bono, has admitted he is terrified of selling his U2 memorabilia – in case he gets sued by the star. “I do sometimes think this is a retirement policy,” he told the BBC. “But then I also think that it would be very embarrassing to sell. Bono might, like Paul McCartney, call up and say, ‘how did you get your hands on those?’ McCartney goes round suing people and getting this kind of stuff back.”
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