A Peking Duk fan finagled his way into last night’s Melbourne show and sipped drinks with Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles backstage — and they ain’t even mad.
A gentleman (of the highest degree in Peking Duk’s eyes, it seems) named David Spargo listed himself under “family” on the Australian electronic duo’s Wikipedia page. Presenting the page to security on his phone, Spargo was granted access into the gig.
“We ended up having a bunch of beers with him, and he was an absolute legend. He wasn’t a creep or anything. He was like the most normal dude we’ve ever met. That’s what makes it more hilarious,” Hyde told The Guardian.
Impressed with Spargo’s stealth-mode, the band Tweeted the Wikipedia page edit alongside a meme of Ron Burgundy from Anchorman after the show.
som1 edited our wiki 2 say he was our family. showed security, got in2 the green room and had a beer with the boys.. pic.twitter.com/DUZfki9hFS
— peking duk (@pekingduk) December 3, 2015
In addition, Spargo is currently listed under Peking Duck’s Wikipedia page as “Legend.” But the best social media remnant of the enchanting evening? Spargo’s “Thanks for the evening lads” comment on Peking Duk’s Facebook page.