I've met him twice. The first time was when he was taking part in a charity event a few towns over from me a few years ago. We had a very nice 5 minute conversation about his airlander thing he was involved in at the time, and I spoke about the upcoming gigs I was going and said I was seeing one...
"Yeah, so 'The Parchment' is 'bout a bloke, right? In 'is medieval garb an' all, an' 'e's got a letter to write, right? And 'e can't find the parchment to write on, right? So it's about that, you know. Is what it is, you know?"
Just read it and didn't think Steve lost his temper at any point. Here's the link if anyone wants to read. https://www.ironmaiden-bg.com/web/index.php/best-of-the-beast-articles/2759-interview-with-steve-harris-by-lars-ulrich-%E2%80%93-kerang-september-1996
I got into Maiden when I was 13, shortly after AMOLAD came out. I had a friend who was playing some Maiden riffs and he inspired me to check them out, so the first album I bought was 'Edward the Great', followed by AMOLAD and Dance of Death in the next few weeks after.