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Staind's Aaron Lewis Goes Off On Fans 'Molesting' Crowd Surfing Girl

06/03/2014
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(Radio.com) A recent Staind concert got real this past weekend due to some out-of-line attendees. A YouTube video of the rock band performing at Rockfest in Kansas City went viral after frontman Aaron Lewis openly berated certain concertgoers mid-song in a profanity-laced rant after apparently seeing a girl - who he believes was no more than about 15 years old - getting touched inappropriately while crowd surfing.

"That f-ing girl right there is like 15 f-ing years old and you f-ing pieces of s-t are molesting her while she's on the f-ing crowd," Lewis said into the mic as the chords of the song Staind was performing, "Something to Remind You," still lingered. "Your f-ing mother should be ashamed of themselves, you pieces of s-t."

This prompted a delayed, if not possibly apprehensive cheer from the crowd at first, but the support grew in momentum as Lewis continued. "If I f-ing see that s-t again, I swear to God, I will point you out in the crowd and have everyone around you beat your f-ing ass," he finished with a seething warning, before guitarist Mike Mushok started back into the interrupted tune.

The rest of the song proceeded without any more issues from the crowd, apparently, as Lewis crooned the rest of the track, from the band's 2011 self-titled release, sans delay.

Watch the NSFW video clip here.

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