Staind frontman Aaron Lewis has severely berated a group of concertgoers at this year's Rockfest in Kansas City for allegedly "molesting" a crowd-surfing girl.
During the May 31 show, the singer has abruptly stopped the group's performance of "Something to Remind You" to address the "f--king a-sholes" in the audience.
"Alright, listen up, you f--king a-sholes - that f--king girl right there is, like, 15 f--king years old and you f--king pieces of sh-t are molesting her while she's on the f--king crowd!" Aaron shouted.
Nearly calling for a public lynch, the frontman added, "Your f--king mothers should be ashamed of themselves, you pieces of sh-t! You should all be f--king beaten down by everyone around you for being f--king pieces of sh-t. If I f--king see that sh-t again, I swear to God, I will point you out in the crowd and have everyone around you beat your f--king a-s."
The event itself, which included performances of Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, Steel Panther and more, went on without much incidents. "It has been a pretty well-behaved crowd," executive producer Joe Litvag told the Kansas City Star. "But when you have more than 50,000 people - well, there were a few alcohol-related incidents. But nothing unusual."
Check out the video of the entire incident below.