At the end of two years that brought worldwide recognition to U2, the band talk to Gay Byrne about dealing with fame at home in Dublin.

Asked about how the members of U2 now cope with being famous Larry Mullen, Edge and Bono talk about how the public in Dublin treat them. 

Larry Mullen says he doesn't mind being asked for autographs but if people hassle him he will tell them "to piss off."

Edge says that he finds he gets most attention from tourists in Dublin.

Bono recalls an encounter with a fan in the toilets of a Dublin pub.

Edge tells a story of how U2's manager Paul McGuinness dealt with a fan looking for an autograph in public toilet.

Adam Clayton explains how he deals with fans.