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Guns N’ roses frontman Axl Ros slams an Aussie fan who flew in front of him with a drone

Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose slams Aussie fan who flew a drone in his face during a live concert on the Gold Coast: ‘Play with your toys somewhere else’

Guns N’ Roses rocker Axl Rose has berated an Australian fan for flying a drone in front of the stage at their live show on the Gold Coast on Thursday.

Rose, 60, accused the anonymous drone owner of distracting him with the low-flying device during a three-hour concert at Metricon Stadium.

Losing his composure, Rose potty-mouthed over the microphone between songs, “To the anonymous Mr. Drone flyer, you’re fucking c**t.”

Guns N’ Roses rocker Axl Rose, 60, (pictured) berated an Australian fan for flying a drone in front of the stage at their live show on the Gold Coast on Thursday

He later unleashed on Twitter, berating “drone pirates” for interfering with the band’s performances by attempting to capture their own bootleg footage.

“I’ve had this leg a few drones. Last night (Gold Coast Australia) was probably the most intrusive. It was a bit of a distraction, obviously someone thought it was okay to do that, but it also got so close to the stage and then basically about n’ on stage,” the American musician tweeted.

Rose confirmed that he had spoken to local authorities about the matter.

Losing His Temper, Rose Said Potty-Mouthed Over The Microphone Between Songs,

Losing his temper, Rose said potty-mouthed over the microphone between songs, “To the anonymous Mr Drone flyer, you’re af***ing c**t.”

“According to the police, it has been happening more often than not lately, especially at sporting events. It’s not something we’re all used to. There were a lot of impulsive reactions going through everyone’s heads that after thinking about it (where you really don’t have time in your life to really figure things out) didn’t make much sense,” he wrote.

“People were p**sed. No matter how much fun someone is having, you’re still trying to stay focused, do your job and give the fans the best show you can,” Rose warned.

“Anyway…we get that it can be ‘nice’ to get your drone bootleg video, but we would appreciate it if someone planning to become a drone pirate would consider the fans and the band and somewhere else would play with our toys. Many thanks in advance!’ he concluded.

He Later Unleashed On Twitter, Berating

He later unleashed on Twitter, berating “drone pirates” for interfering with the band’s performances by attempting to capture their own bootleg footage. Pictured with Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash

“People Were P**Sed.  No Matter How Much Fun Someone Is Having, You'Re Still Trying To Stay Focused, Do Your Job And Give The Fans The Best Show You Can,

“People were p**sed. No matter how much fun someone is having, you’re still trying to stay focused, do your job and give the fans the best show you can,” Rose warned.

As reported by the Announce sunQueensland Police identified the owner of the drone during Thursday’s show and seized the device at the scene.

Police gave the man, the 20-year-old man, a ‘move direction’ and were advised not to return to the stadium.

The drone was also custom made by the police, and the case has now been referred to the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.

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“Anyway…we get that it can be ‘nice’ to get your drone bootleg video, but we would appreciate it if someone planning to become a drone pirate would consider the fans and the band and somewhere else would play with our toys. Many thanks in advance!’ Rose tweeted. Pictured with Guns N’ Roses guitarist Duff McKagan (far left)

Fines for illegally flying drones can be as high as $1110 per violation.

Guns N’ Roses are currently working on the Australian leg of their 2022 world tour.

They will next play at Accor Stadium, Sydney on Sunday, November 27.

Remaining tour dates of Guns N’ Roses Aussie

November 27: Accor Stadium, Sydney

November 29: Adelaide Oval

December 3: Melbourne Cricket Ground

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