A pool of George Harrison's sick remained on the floor of THE Beatles hostel room for two weeks - because their cleaner refused to clean it up.
The Fab Four left the mess untouched after Harrison vomited one night in Hamburg, Germany as nobody could stomach cleaning up, according to the band's original drummer.
Pete Best said Harrison "spewed his guts up" after a drinking session during the band's formative days in the early 1960s.
The group even made it an "honorary Beatle", calling it The Thing and held a funeral for it when it was finally mopped away.
Best tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "Now you could probably flog it for thousands on eBay."