NEW YORK (MyFoxBoston.com) – Dropkick Murphys singer Ken Casey threw a fan giving a Nazi salute off the stage at a recent show.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, it happened on stage March 13 during a concert at Terminal 5 in New York City.
The band normally invites fans onstage, so as fans continued to head there, things got out of hand when a fan started Nazi saluting to a cover of AC/DC's "TNT."
The website reports a large man with a shaved head began to flash the Nazi salute with a bent arm shooting straight out from the chest. That's when Casey allegedly shoved him.
Video of the incident was posted on YouTube. (WARNING: Graphic language)
Then, Casey took back the microphone and shouted "Nazis are not (expletive) welcome at a Dropkick Murphys show!"
Read more: The Hollywood Reporter
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Dropkick Murphys singer throws fan giving Nazi salute off stage
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