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Since Axl Rose, Slash Y Duff mckagan got together and returned to the ring, Guns N’ Roses became, in a way, the resistance of rock in a millennium in which big bands are conspicuous by their absence. Now, in the middle of their world tour, fans from all over the planet celebrate the strength and talent that the three display in their shows that last around three hours and in which they review their greatest hits. However, the experience was very different for a fan, who assures that she was injured in the middle of the concert they gave at the Adelaide Oval stadium, in Australia.
As reported Rebecca Howe to various Australian media, was one of thousands of people who attended the show on Tuesday night, and ended up with a broken septum and a face full of blood.
“I wasn’t even right in front of the stage, and it was the last song, ‘Paradise City,’” the woman recounted. And she continued:Then Axl Rose took a bow and tossed his microphone into the crowd. Immediately, I felt a blow right on the bridge of my nose.”.
The Adelaide Now portal published a video captured by someone in the public in which Howe is seen falling to the ground while a burly man celebrates having picked up the microphone and shows it off, triumphant.
“My first thought was, ‘Oh my God, my face is caved in.’ What would have happened if the blow was just a couple of inches to the right or left? I could have lost an eye… What if he hit me in the mouth and lost my teeth? If he had turned his head and hit me on the temple, he could have killed me.he mused.
After the incident, Howe was attended to by an off-duty police officer who was in the public.