Queen of the Stone Age's Josh Homme Throws a Fan Off Stage
While the band was playing "The Vampyre of Time and Memory," off their 2013 album, …Like Clockwork, a fan made his way onstage to yell and scream very closely alongside Homme. But the frontman wasn't having it.
As you can see at the 1:16 mark in the fan shot video below, Homme drops his guitar, grabs the guy and throws him off the stage. "Don't do that, because I'll f***ing… I don't care if you love me. You can stay right there, dude," Homme told the guy, rather calmly.
"I don't know what you're trying to do," Homme continued. "You're lucky I didn't f*** you up, bro. I'm here to play for you, not jerk you off, you f***ing douchebag."
While lecturing the guy-who from the sounds of it, seemed pretty excited to have been manhandled by the QOTSA singer-Homme uses a few expletives, but never loses his cool.
He instead uses this particular incident as a chance to have a heart to heart with the crowd and maybe ostracize that guy a little. Find out what he said and watch the video here.
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