NewsWritten by Tom Williams on August 9, 2017
A man has been arrested at a Metallica concert in the US after allegedly urinating on a 10-year-old girl and her parents.
Buzzfeed reports that the 44-year-old man, Daniel Francis Daddio, was sitting behind the family at the show in Glendale, Arizona on Friday, when he allegedly started peeing on them like nothing else mattered.
In court documents, the young girl’s father is reportedly quoted as having told police that “all three of his family members felt warm liquid washing over their backs and legs”.
According to the documents, when the father turned around to see where the liquid was coming from, “he observed Daniel Francis Daddio standing behind them in the row of seats just above theirs with his penis out of his pants and in his hands… Daddio was urinating on all three of his family members.”
The father supposedly confronted Daddio, and Daddio allegedly just shrugged back in response.
The horrified parents soon told stadium employees about the incident, before police arrived.
Daddio was arrested at 9:30pm, and was allegedly “heavily intoxicated at the time”. He even denied that the incident had happened.
Daddio has since been charged with disorderly conduct and indecent exposure.
The alleged incident comes after an Australian man was fined $800 last month, after he peed on a woman at a local Spiderbait concert.
Meanwhile, former Soundwave Festival promoter AJ Maddah recently suggested that Metallica could be preparing to tour Australia in 2018, after he previously teased that the band would return down under in 2017.
Let’s just hope that no one whips it out at those shows, whenever they end up happening.
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