Seven Philadelphia police officers found themselves in the midst of rock royalty following Paul McCartney's sold-out Citizens Bank Park performance Tuesday, with the former Beatle stopping to pose for photos with the group post-show.

As NBC10 reports, the officers who met with McCartney had worked security and traffic control for the musician's concert. With Sir Paul on his way out at the end of the night, the group managed to snap a photo with him that later made its way to social media:

The Philadelphia Police Department also posted the photo to its Facebook page, along with a line from the Beatles' "I Am The Walrus":

 

McCartney played a three-hour, 38-song set in South Philadelphia on Tuesday, including crowd favorites like "A Hard Day's Night" and "Back in the U.S.S.R." As Inquirer music critic Dan DeLuca writes in his review of the show, McCartney's performance showed why "we're lucky to still have him around."

For his next area show, McCartney will bring his One on One tour to Hersheypark Stadium on Tuesday, July 19. Tickets are available online.