The Beatles spent an extraordinary amount of time with one another, from their early days playing the Cavern Club in Liverpool to touring the world as the most famous band on the planet. Throughout these years, whether it was on the road or in recording studios, they were living in one another's pockets. And while the Fab Four came to an end in 1970 after a huge blowout that erupted from some personal feuds between the singers, things started to heat up back as early as 1962.
Ringo Starr recalled how Paul McCartney - more than anyone else - was at the centre of one argument that left the band squabbling for hours on a British road.
Source: Callum Crumlish/express.co.uk