Paul McCartney reveals that one of his eight grandchildren has been robbed at a knifepoint in the wild west of London and calls unbridled crime in the capital & # 39; scary & # 39;
- The former Beatle said it & # 39; scary & # 39; was how much crime there is in the UK
- He said his nameless grandson regretted not striking his attacker
- But McCartney said the worst thing you can do is respond when a knife is pulled
- He remembered a similar incident when he was young and his watch was stolen
Sir Paul McCartney revealed that one of his grandsons was robbed at a knifepoint in London and said it was & # 39; scary & # 39; is how much crime there is at the moment.
The former Beatle, 77, did not identify which grandson their phone was stolen during the attack, but advised not to respond if a knife was pulled on you.
The eight-year-old grandfather said the episode reminded him of when he was attacked when he grew up in Liverpool.
Paul McCartney (pictured with grandson Arthur and daughter Mary) revealed that one of his grandsons had been robbed at Knifepoint in London
He told The times: & # 39; In London, one of my grandchildren, one of my older grandchildren, was raided and received his phone.
& # 39; He said the worst thing was that he should have just let the man pound; he came back and felt a coward.
& # 39; I said, "No, no, no, no! The man had a knife and you don't know, the man might use that knife". So it's scary nowadays. & # 39;
It is in the midst of a wave of crime in London, where 92 murders took place this year while politicians and police are struggling to deal with knife crime in the British & # 39; Wild West & # 39 ;.
The legendary singer-songwriter remembered an childhood incident when four men crowded around him and stole his watch.
The singer, pictured with Mary (left) and Stella (right), each mother of four of his grandchildren, said he is the current level of crime & # 39; scary & # 39; found.
McCartney, who has four grandchildren of daughter Mary and another four of daughter Stella, preached kindness and love and said that each generation has its own dangers.
Fashion designer Stella, 47, shared a cute photo on Instagram of her and Mary squeezing together in a T-shirt for her sister's 50th birthday on Wednesday.
She said: & Celebrate the birth of this soulmate 50 years ago today. Mary, I love you more than you will ever know, more than I can even put into words. You are with me every day … A real star sister! x Stella. & # 39;
Stella shared these adorable photos of her and sister Mary to celebrate her 50th birthday
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