Dave Grohl Tasered, Arrested in Foo Fighters' 'Walk' Video
Tipped over the edge by the phrase "punk is dead" scrawled on a freeway underpass, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl loses his cool in the band's new video for "Walk." Watch below, as Grohl is tasered and arrested after running over his bandmates in a golf cart.
While inspired by the 1993's intense crime drama "Falling Down" starring Michael Douglas (almost shot-for-shot), the "Walk" clip finds the Foo Fighters back to their costumes, characters and comedic hi-jinks, after a more straight-foward "Rope" video.
Although he may be dressed a mild-mannered office worker (just like Douglas' Bill Foster character in "Falling Down"), Grohl does some damage to his bandmates, beating guitarist Pat Smear (who plays a liquor store cashier) with a Slim Jim and turning a golf cart into a fatal weapon. Grohl flees from the cops before reaching the Foo Fighters performance space, even throwing in a few badass Pete Townshend-style guitar windmills before the cops come.