Fans of The Killers have hit out after they faced huge queues during their show at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium over the weekend.
Concert-goers with standing tickets claim that they missed huge portions of the gig after they were forced to leave the stadium to use portaloos situated outside the ground.
Upon leaving the stadium, they reportedly faced huge queues to use the loo – as well as similar delays upon re-entering.
Posting on Twitter, one fan wrote: “Unbelievable night at Swansea for the killers, spoiled only by having to pee in a bush due to the shocking toilet situation”.
— Maria Gibbs (@MariaGibbs26) June 24, 2018
Others called for refunds after experiencing huge queues.
@LibertyStadium where can I get a refund for missing the Killers because of your terrible toilet system?
— David Pallett (@davidpallett) June 23, 2018
The Killers delivered, they always do. Who decided to get porter cabins as toilets for 20,000 people? 30-45 mins to get out, queue and get back in. Absolute shambles organisation @LibertyStadium .. @thekillers come to the proper part of Wales next time ❤️
— Ross Fowler (@RossCCFC1988) June 24, 2018
According to WalesOnline, some eyewitnesses saw people urinating out of fences in a bid to dodge the queues. Police initially attempted to stop it, but reportedly became powerless as the queues built up.
Concert-goer Sam Jones said: “I was furious.
“I missed the first three songs because I was queuing for an hour to use the loo. A lot of the women in the queue were furious, saying they had basically spent £65 for a wee!”
James Hall added: “We had to leave the stadium to queue for ages.
“People were urinating everywhere. I complained to the stewards but there was nothing they could do.
“We couldn’t have a drink after seeing all this because I was with three women who didn’t want to pee up against a fence. Neither did I.
“I’ve been to concerts in stadiums all over the country and I have never seen anything quite likes this.”