A Perfect Circle Booted More Than 60 Fans From Their Show For Taking Photos
Written by Emmy Mack on 13th November, 2017
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Dozens of snap-happy douchelords have been turfed from A Perfect Circle‘s recent Pennsylvania gig for brazenly flouting the band’s strict “no photos” policy.
More than 60 smartphone-wielding delinquents were forcibly ejected from the venue for trying to snap a Kodak moment of notoriously camera-shy frontman Maynard James Keenan.
General manager of the Santander Arena & Performing Arts Centre where APC where performing –David Farrar — confirmed the news on Instagram, commenting on a post from one impudent punter who managed to steal a few sneaky shots of the band before getting The Boot.
“Your [sic] good. We tossed over 60 people last night for taking pics,” Farrar wrote, adding: “This was 110 percent the band’s policy and has been for Tool, APC, and Puscifer… it’s not a new policy.”
Every show on the band’s current North American arena tour has reportedly enforced a strict “no photos and videos” policy, with any potential rule-breakers threatened with banishment.