Motley Crue didn't appear happy when a proffesional camera man took footage of their set at Outlaw Jam last weekend.
Posted on Aug 02, 2011 02:15 pm
Motely Crue bassist Nikki Sixx was furious when he spotted a fan filming their show at Maryland's Outlaw Jam at the weekend, taking matters into his own hands and jumped into the crowd to confiscate it, as you can see in the clip below.
After completing "Saints Of Los Angeles", Sixx leaped off the stage to take the professional camera, with security guards removing the cameraman from the crowd and helping the bassist back to the stage, according to Rock AAA.
"Taking care of f--king business!", shouted drummer Tommy Lee after the incident.
Presumably, the band were unhappy that someone may profit from a high-quality video of their performance.
It is not the first time a rock star has acted against someone in the crowd "illegally" taking their image. In 1991, Axl Rose famously jumped into the crowd to take a regular still camera from a fan, before walking off stage and cancelling the show. As a result, dozens of fans were injured after dismay in the crowd led to a riot.