Gary Walker, of Northwich, Middlesex, claims he missed out on the moment Daisy was born when the ex-Beatle suddenly “popped up” between him and wife Mandy.
Said Gary, 35, “One minute I’m shouting you’ve nearly done it, darling, as Daisy’s shoulders came clear, and the next minute Sir Paul is right in my face, belting out Hey Jude and doing the thumbs up.”
A spokesman for Sir Paul said he had been invited to play to celebrate the hospital’s 100th anniversary but the hospital denied any such invitation had been made, or that it was marking any kind of occasion this year.
More grievances came to light yesterday, with various complainants alleging that in the past week alone, Sir Paul:
* Gave an unsolicited gig in the hospital room of a dying man who had just been reunited with his brother after 50 years.
* Appeared at a couple’s romantic anniversary meal at their home in Lancing, West Sussex.
* Played Hey Jude with full orchestra at a Surrey nature reserve during its nocturnal Can You Hear The Woodpecker event?
Police are warning commuters to leave a third longer than normal for their journeys in case of a concert by Sir Paul McCartney.
They have issued the following tips for protecting against an unscheduled gig:
* Avoid major royal events. He is known to target jubilees in particular.
* If approached by Sir Paul and asked if you would like him to play Hey Jude, do not resist.
* If you spot a group of early fiftysomething men with cool salt and pepper beards and wearing jacket and jeans, alert police. They may be the backing band, suggesting that Sir Paul is nearby and waiting to strike.Tweet