Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Kicks Fan Out of London Gig: Video

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Kicks Fan Out of London Gig: Video

"Get the f--k out of my show, right now," screams Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, after a fight broke out during the band's performance at the iTunes Festival in London on Monday (July 11). The rock icon stopped in the middle of singing "Skin and Bones" to berate and throw out the "guy in the striped shirt" who had been fighting in the crowd.

Video: Dave Grohl throws fighting fan out of Itunes Festival, July 11

The singer silenced the band, and then called out to the crowd, pointing at the fight until he identified the "motherf--cker" who had started brawling. He then berated the man with a slur of expletives.

"You don't come to my show and fight -- you come to my show and f--cking dance, you a--hole," Grohl scolded as the man was presumably escorted out or fled in shame from the free show.

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There's no way of knowing if the fighter left, but soon the crowd started chanting "Dave," and Grohl resumed the song, finishing the show for a calmer -- and probably very intimidated -- audience.

The iTunes Festival will continue through July, with performances from Coldplay, Swedish House Mafia, Moby and many more still to come.


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