Glastonbury headliners ejected from Clermont Lounge after breaking 'No Filming' rule
Members of Mumford & Sons were reportedly ejected from a strip club in Atlanta on Tuesday (September 10) after breaking the no filming rule in the establishment.
The band, who headlined Glastonbury in June, attended the Clermont Lounge where it was karaoke night. TMZ reports that banjo player Winston Marshall stepped up onto the stage to sing while his bandmates, Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett and Ted Dwayne, filmed the moment on their phones. However, customers are not allowed to film while in the venue and the DJ the had to ask the band repeatedly to put their phones away.
Refusing to stop, Mumford & Sons then allegedly swore at the DJ and accused him of “ruining” Marshall’s song. They were then asked to leave by the staff. Footage of the moment they were ejected can be seen below with a man shouting, “Everybody out! Go, go, go!”
A spokesperson for Mumford & Sons has declined to comment on the incident.