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After a spectator was hit in the face, Axel Rose apologized: "I will no longer throw microphones into the audience" - voila! culture


The Guns and Roses frontman explained after the incident in Adelaide, Australia that he has been throwing the microphone into the crowd regularly for more than 30 years. "We always felt it was a well-known part of the show"

Guns and Roses in the park (Photo: Nimrod Saunders)

One hit too many: Guns and Roses frontman Axl Rose announced on his Twitter account that he will stop throwing his microphone at the audience at the end of concerts, as he has been doing for 30 years, "for public safety."

This, after a woman named Rebecca Howe was hit in the face during the band's show in Adelaide, Australia.

"It has been brought to my attention that a female fan may have been hit at our show in Adelaide, Australia, possibly by the mic at the end of the show, when I traditionally throw it at the fans. If this is true, it goes without saying that we don't want anyone to be hurt or intentionally hurt during our show anywhere," Rose said. .


"We have been throwing away the microphone at the end of the show for more than 30 years, and we have always felt that it is a well-known part of the end of our show, that the fans want and are aware of, to have a chance to grab the microphone",

"In any case, in the name of public safety, from now on we will avoid throwing the microphone or Anything else towards the fans during our shows," he added, "Unfortunately there are those who for their own reasons have chosen to present their reports of this event in a more negative and irresponsible light, which could not be further from the truth. We hope you understand that this happens sometimes. Many thanks To everyone for understanding."

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The American rock band Guns and Roses was formed in 1985, about two years later they released their debut album, "Appetite for Destruction" and since then have become one of the most successful rock acts in history.

About six years ago, she appeared in the Yarkon Park, after reuniting.

A fan was also injured at the same performance, although in a completely different way: a 39-year-old woman was moderately injured at the time, according to the police, after she tried to climb the stage from her back and fell from a height of two meters.

She was injured in the head and was referred for medical treatment at the Ichilov Hospital in the city.

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Source: walla

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