Mick Jagger cracked a joke about former CIA director David Petraeus' affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell at the premiere of Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary documentary film 'The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane,' at the Ziegfeld Theatre.
"There's a lot of change in America since we first came here," the New York Post quoted him as saying.
"This film . . . takes you back to a younger, perhaps gentler, America. An America where only IBM and the military had computers.
"Where there [were] no smart phones . . . no e-mails. And a simpler America, where we didn't read other people's e-mails, so we didn't know four-star generals were having affairs," he added. (ANI)