NOFX confront hipster spotted at live show and offer him $100 to leave

"We have a no hipsters rule" says guitarist El Hefe

NOFX attempted to pay a fan to leave one of their gigs after identifying him as a hipster.

The band were playing at the Cunard Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia when frontman Fat Mike spotted a fan on the front row who was wearing a tie-dye shirt and sporting a beard.

Fat Mike offered him cash to leave the gig immediately. “You have no business being here,” the singer said “I will pay you $100 (£64) to leave this show. Are you gonna stand in front and bother me all day with your fucking tie-dye shirt and your beard?”

Guitar player El Hefe added: “We have a no hipsters rule. No hipsters tonight.”

The fan declined the offer, but did accept $20 (£13) to lose his shirt. The offending item of clothing was thrown onstage and escorted out the building at the band’s request.

Watch footage of the confrontation below (from the 1m 52s mark):

NOFX are currently on the Fat Wrecked For 25 Years Tour. The US punk band recently played a series of live dates in the UK, including selct shows where they played the ‘Punk In Drublic’ album in full.