Yet another post from the Ananova site that caught my eye and made me laugh.

The Rolling Stones have a heart machine reportedly backstage in case one collapses on their US tour.

Organisers have brought in a defibrillator, used to shock the heart back into a normal rhythm.

According to The Sun quoting US magazine Globe a source said: “With all four band members now veterans, their managers are not taking any chances.”

A spokesman for the band said: “I’ve never seen a defibrillator backstage.”

How long before they need Zimmer frames to walk around on stage?

But to be fair to them, they sound better everytime they go on stage and their music keeps on getting better. You could compare them to fine wine getting better with Age. They probably still have the same alcohol content as wine as well.