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Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme bottles fan

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Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme threw a bottle at a fan after having him pulled out of the crowd on Friday (June 13).

The singer and guitarist had become agitated after it is suspected that the fan, watching the band at the Norwegian Wood festival in Oslo, threw an item at him.

You can see the incident by clicking on the video below.

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“Do me one favour,” Homme asked the crowd during the set. “Don’t throw any shit at me. If you throw something at me I’m not so sick that I can’t go down there and beat the fucking shit out of you. I may have a fucking 102 temperature and I’ve been puking for two days, but I’ll still butt-fuck you in front of your friends.”

Following the outburst it is suspected that the aforementioned fan hurled an item at Homme, prompting the frontman to single him out.

“Hey, you with the fucking hat on,” he said. “Hey, pussy. Turn around you fucking pussy with the black hair. Turn the fuck around you chicken shit fucking faggot. Hey, you. You fucking pussy motherfucker. I will fuck you up. Come on up here. Come on up here, you fucking little faggot. You know what? Get your fucking ass up here. You’re so stupid you’ll come up here. Lift him up so I can kick him in the fucking face.”

Security guards then hauled the fan out of the crowd to the photo pit, where Homme threw a bottle at him before he was removed by the security guards.

“Miserable fucking cunt,” Homme muttered as the fan was being escorted out of the pit. “Go back to your mum’s house, you 12-year-old miserable dickless turd.”

Finally, Homme asked the crowd if they wanted to join him in attacking the fan.

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“You wanna throw something at him too or are you all cool, are you all good?” he asked. “You know this dickless fucking turd has no friends anyways. I came here for the rest of you, not this asshole.”

See video footage of the incident by clicking on the video below.

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