Patrick Wolf hurls equipment at staff at German festival - video

See singer launching an angry tirade at C/O Pop

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Patrick Wolf launched an angry tirade against the organisers of a festival in Germany last Thursday (August 13).

Video footage of the incident, which you can watch by clicking below, shows the singer getting angry after the sound was pulled towards the end of his show at the C/O Pop event in Cologne.

Wolf urged the crowd to "cause a riot" before lambasting the stage crew, using the words "motherfucker" and "bitch". He then told fans to ask for their money back, and threw his microphone stand and a chair at the crew before leaving the stage.

The four day festival, which has seen the likes of Metronomy and The Whitest Boy Alive perform, ends today (August 16).

Patrick Wolf is due to play the Reading And Leeds Festivals, which take place on August 28-30.


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