Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

article imageStaind singer stops concert to save teen girl from being molested

By William Suphan     Jun 4, 2014 in Music
Kansas City - Aaron Lewis, singer for rock band Staind, stopped mid-song to rant against people who were groping at a crowd-surfing teen girl.
Concerts can often become a problem for young women as it is easy for anonymous groping to take place. All too often, nothing happens to the molesters. However, Staind's frontman decided to put a stop to it at his Kansas City concert when he saw a girl crowdsurfing and being groped and fondled by the crowd. He ranted at the molesters for a full minute, according to KPHO.
"Listen up you (expletives) ,that (expletive) girl right there is like 15 (expletive) years old and you (expletive) pieces of (expletive) are molesting her while she's on the (expletive) crowd," shouted Lewis. "Your (expletive) mothers should be ashamed of themselves."
He went on to tell them that if the groping continued, he would stop the show and have the crowd beat up the molesters, which drew a wave of cheers from the audience.
Cassiopia Demers, who authors a music blog, was only a few rows away and said the girl was being grabbed and pinched and was wanting to be put down. "I think she was a little bit uncomfortable because she didn't really know what was going on, " said Demers.
After finishing the song, Lewis told the females in the crowd that they could now crowdsurf in safety.
Kansas City police are interested in investigating the incident.
More about staind, Molestation, Rape, Teen, Concert
More news from
Latest News
Top News