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Bauhaus’ Peter Murphy is arrested in his on show for assaulting fans

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Bauhaus’ Peter Murphy is arrested in his on show for assaulting fans

Peter Murphy, lead singer of the Bauhaus, was arrested and expelled from his own show in Stockholm, Sweden, for throwing bottles at his fans.

According to Swedish newspapers, he was mad with technical problems and kicked part of the scenario. Then the 61-year-old singer threw bottles and glasses. Before being detained, he pushed one of the cops.

The goal of the singer was to hit the technician who was on the sound table of the show at the house. But who end up being wounded was a fan, hospitalized with minor injuries.

According to the production of the house, Nalen Stora Salen, the attitude was “unacceptable”.

Peter Murphy arrested

“With one song missing, the manager and the artist’s technical team decided to finish the show. The sound desk was damaged … For now, we are investigating what happened. If someone else in the audience is injured, get in touch so we can file a complaint with the police,” said the production of the event, in a statement.

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