Mick Jagger, you know, the sex icon, singer of the Rolling Stones, rock n' roller who has been around since about when dirt came out, went to a bar the other day. Big news, right? Well, the news is that nobody cared.

Mick shared a photo of himself at a bar called the Thirsty Beaver Saloon, with the caption, “Out and about last night in Charlotte, N.C.”

In the photo, nobody seems to even notice that the old guy in a hat, drinking a beer is rock royalty.


It's funny that nobody recognized he was there, likely because they didn't expect to have someone as well known as him come through. The Rolling Stones played to perform in Charlotte last night.

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