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Macca's tweet, meat and drug ban

Sir Paul McCartney reportedly set a meat, drugs and social networking ban for crew working on his latest music video.

According to The Sun, the Beatles legend put down strict rules for those on set that there should be no Facebooking or tweeting, no meat eating and no use of drugs while working with him.

Vegetarian Sir Paul was filming the video for his new single Queenie Eye at the Abbey Road studios in north London.

Johnny Depp also made an appearance at the studios to record a cameo for the video, as he had been asked by pal Macca after appearing last year in the video for his song My Valentine, where he did sign language and mimed the lyrics for the singer.

Sean Penn shot a cameo part for Queenie Eye last week and Brad Pitt had also planned to appear until other filming commitments got in the way.

Queenie Eye comes from Paul's latest album, New, which is due out on October 14.

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