A clip of Bob Dylan arguing with Dublin fans over an autograph in 1996 has surfaced

A clip of Bob Dylan arguing with Dublin fans over an autograph in 1996 has surfaced

A video of Bob Dylan arguing with two Dublin fan over an autograph has surfaced on Twitter.

Dublin band, Tandem Felix tweeted the 27-second clip which shows an irritated Dylan refusing to sign autographs for the fans, who are seen peering in the gap of his car window.

“It won’t take long,” the fans plea to the star before the woman in the video exclaims that she ‘doesn’t like him anymore’.

Dylan continuously rejects their request saying: “You don’t need my autograph. If you needed it, I’d give it to you”.

The caption accompanying the tweet reads: Dylan getting rinsed by two Dubs back in 1966 for refusing to sign an autograph.

Wot's wrong wid 'em tiday?

The footage is believed to be from the film Eat The Document - a documentary of Bob Dylan's 1966 tour of the United Kingdom with the Hawks.

Since the video hit the interwebs, Twitter users have been trying to find the fans in question.

Do they look familiar to you?

Dylan played his first ever Irish show at Dublin’s Adelphi Cinema on May 5, 1996.

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