The Rolling Stones may have to give back some of that big gate from its first 50th anniversary show Sunday night (November 25) in London. The group faces a fine of up to $320,000 for blowing past the 10:30 p.m. noise curfew and playing another half hour -- even though the group reportedly cut at least one song, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," from the set list because of the time crunch. Some reports noted that Mick Jagger even audibly told the band to "get a move on" because of the impending curfew. Bernard Doherty, the group's British press agent, confirmed to The Sun that, "It means a big fine - but the guys just do their thing. There wasn't a janitor standing there, jangling his keys, saying, 'I want to go home.' " The Stones can certainly afford the fine, of course; the five shows -- one more tomorrow night (November 29) in London, then December 8 in Brooklyn and December 13 and 15 in Newark, New Jersey (the latter televised via pey per view) -- are expected to bring in $25 million in ticket sales alone.