Puddle Of Mudd singer misses court date following luggage carousel joyride arrest

The frontman is accused of riding a baggage carousel at a Denver airport in April

Puddle Of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin has reportedly missed a court date this week after being charged with riding a baggage carousel at a Denver airport last month.

Scantlin, whose band released their most recent album ‘re:(disc)overed’ in 2011, was arrested in April after taking a ‘joyride’ on an oversized luggage carousel. 7News Denver reports that the singer has been charged with misdemeanor trespassing after entering a security clearance area at Denver International Airport.

Watch footage of the incident here.

Billboard reports that Scantlin missed a court date last week, with a warrant now issued for his arrest.

Scantlin was again arrested at an airport in Milwaukee later in April after being held on disorderly conduct charges.

Last year, Scantlin was arrested for using a buzzsaw to damage his neighbour’s patio. The incident was the culmination of a long-running feud with his Los Angeles neighbour, electropop artist Sasha Gradiva. She claimed that Scantlin attacked her property at least 10 times in the past, repeatedly calling the police to alert the authorities to his behaviour.

Scantlin claimed that the property’s previous owner built a patio when he was on tour with his band and that its construction damaged his own patio and an outdoor staircase.