Updated: Monday, 31 March 2014 07:00 | By Bang

John Lennon's A Matter Of Pee sells for £53,000

The late John Lennon penned a letter titled 'A Matter Of Pee' in the 70s and it was sold by London auction house Cooper Owen to a private collector for £53,000.


The late John Lennon penned a letter titled 'A Matter Of Pee' in the 70s and it was sold by London auction house Cooper Owen to a private collector for £53,000.

The late John Lennon penned a letter titled 'A Matter Of Pee' in the 70s and it was sold by London auction house Cooper Owen to a private collector for £53,000.

A letter written by the late John Lennon to producer Phil Spector has sold at auction for £53,000.

The Beatles star penned 'A Matter Of Pee' in the 70s to complain about Keith Moon of The Who and singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson urinating on the studio mixing desk and claimed he left the studio before the incident.

According to The Sun newspaper, the letter was sold to a private collector by London auction house Cooper Owen.

The letter - which he wrote with red ink - reads: ''Should you not know, it was Harry and Keith who p****d on the console!

''Tell (the studio owner) to bill Capitol for the damage, if any?

''I can't be expected to mind adult rock stars, nor can May [Pang]. Besides, she works for me, not A&M.

''I'm about to piss off to (rival studio) Record Plant because of this crap.''

John was shot by Mark David Chapman in New York City on 8 December 1980 when he returned from Record Plant Studio with his wife, Yoko Ono.

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