We've all dealt with some form of fake identification, and more often than not it ends badly; however, in the case of amateur photographer, Marc Weinstein, a fake press pass has paid off handsomely. In 1965, Weinstein attended the famous Beatles concert at Shea Stadium. With a little luck, a fake press pass, and some good angles, the photographer was able to capture photos that nearly 50 years later have been sold for $45,000. The concert Weinstein attended happened to be one of the greatest shows that the Beatles ever played, and the real photographer happened to run out of film. Talk about being int he right place at the right time.

[via Petapixel]