Tim White

Greatest Selfie Ever?
Greatest Selfie Ever?

A teenage boy in Nebraska shot the selfie of a lifetime over the weekend when he managed to catch Paul McCartney and billionaire Warren Buffett sitting on a bench in the background of his epic photo.

After hearing that McCartney was at a local ice cream shop in Omaha, the boy and his friends sped over with a record and guitar for McCartney to sign. McCartney’s bodyguard reportedly told them they could shoot as many photos as they wanted, but there would be no autographs or handshakes allowed. While McCartney and Buffett are both smiling in the pic, it doesn’t seem like either was particularly game for a meet-and-greet.

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