George Harrison was spotted on the rooftop of a building in Gowanus this morning. His brief appearance caused a disturbance on 6th street and 3rd avenue.
At 6:15am, Davis Saltonstall, of Brooklyn SolarWorks, spotted a figure pacing the rooftop of his office building. He quickly dialed in the rest of his company. They confirmed that he was not hallucinating.
Between the hours of 6:30 and 7am, the figure played an extended version of Here Comes the Sun that could not be recorded. Any attempt to capture the moment resulted in the immediate failure of phone batteries.
Witness Trenice Foster, also of Brooklyn SolarWorks, states that she was “truly amazed.” “ We feel like we have to share this moment with everyone we know,” she said.
Senior Sales Consultant at Brooklyn SolarWorks, Steve Nelson, says that it only confirmed his understanding of Harrison. “George was, and always will be, the best Beatle.”
The appearance has motivated Brooklyn SolarWorks to build a solar adoption program. “We feel like that was the only appropriate response,” says CEO, TR Ludwig. “The performance really made an impact on us. There was a point when George started to go a bit wild with the lyrics. I swear I heard him sing: ‘Little darling, it’s been a long and lonely winter- Little bargain, set a goal for solar power.’ When a Beatle comes back from the dead to play your company a song you have to respond.”