A man was arrested at Kiss’ TD Garden show in Boston on Oct. 5 for urinating on a concertgoer standing in front of him, according to RollingStone.com.
A woman was watching the rock band perform when she suddenly experienced a “warm feeling on the back of her leg.” The woman turned around to see where the warmth was coming from, only to find that the man behind her was urinating.
Security was called over and the man was escorted away and detained until police arrived on the scene.
Chris Morris of Boston was charged with open and gross lewdness and disorderly conduct. Morris was reportedly also highly intoxicated, slurring his speech while an alcoholic musk emanated from him.
The incident happened at 10:06 p.m. And considering Kiss are playing the album Alive! in its near entirety this tour, Morris was likely escorted out before the band performed the song “100,000 Years,” reports RollingStone. And, the magazine argues, that song has an extra-long drum solo that would have made the perfect washroom break.
In January, a similar incident occurred when a man was arrested and eventually lost his police officer job after urinating on fans during a Metallica concert at the same Boston venue. That time, not only did the intoxicated man knowingly urinate on the people in front of him, but with his pants still down, he began lunging at women in his area. And to make matters worse, he was wearing a shirt that had the word “Alcoholica” on it.
All in all, it’s probably best that Boston music fans start using the washrooms before concerts begin.