Slipknot's Corey Taylor Slaps Phone Out Of Texting Fan's Hand

07/12/2016
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(TeamRock Radio) Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor slapped a phone out of a front row fan's hand during a recent live show. The singer, who got back onstage last month for the first time after undergoing neck surgery, also urges phone-mad gig-goers to "stay home" if they want to text during their set.

But he adds: "It's actually funny - afterward, the dude totally understood the f***-up and we laughed together." When a fan Tweeted at him to suggest some people have text in urgent circumstances, Taylor replies:

"Okay, but it doesn't mean that I, with a broken neck and still playing a show, can't get pissed that someone's ignoring it." Check out the video footage of the incident and read more here.

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