Bad Day's Night

An intruder stabs former Beatle George Harrison

He lives a quiet private life, on a country estate outside London surrounded by razor wire, packed with burglar alarms, patrolled by dogs. But last week an intruder managed to break into George Harrison's bedroom in the middle of the night and stab him. Harrison's wife Olivia ended the assault by hitting the attacker on the head with a bedside lamp, knocking him unconscious. The ex-Beatle escaped with a one-inch knife wound in the chest. He was treated for a punctured lung, but doctors pronounced him lucky: "There is no such thing as a safe stab wound to the chest," said...

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