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Staind stops set to call out concertgoers for alleged assault

Staind stops set to call out concertgoers for alleged assault

AARON LEWIS:The Staind frontman calls out concertgoers for allegedly molesting a teenage girl. Photo: Associated Press

Staind lead singer Aaron Lewis reportedly stopped mid-set to call out concertgoers during a show on Saturday in Kansas City, after he spotted them allegedly molesting a teenage girl.

Viewer discretion is advised: A video posted to YouTube shows Lewis’ expletive-laden rant, during which he tells the alleged attackers that they should be ashamed of themselves and threatens to stop the show altogether if the behavior continues.

“Now girls, feel free to crowd surf safely,” Lewis says, before returning to the music.

Lewis is the father of three girls.

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