There were too many damn critters at that show because if you saw a crow or raven
there was still a chicken in there. I saw this thing right in front of me. It was multi colored
(Brown, black, and white and it couldn't fly. I think someone threw it from behind me and it landed
on the floor section. It jumped into the crowd then came scurrying out. Security finally cornered it
and I stopped paying attention. Quite a few people were pulling cameras out. It should make
youtube. It was dark and I had trouble following it so I may have seen something other than what
I thought I saw but I think it was a chicken. [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS from Monday, December 06, 2010 8:31:48 PM)
HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS wrote:
We think it was a crow or raven released from the stage during Mr. Crowley. It flew into this lady's hair near us! Then it lost its sense of direction and couldn't get back and security had to go get it. We'll know for sure tomorrow and keep our eyes open!
Nice pix, HRMG!
Bud, I don't know what worries me more...the fact that some idiot actually brought a chicken to the concert or the fact that they got it in! WTF is right! Hellrider gets all his blunt-studded gear taken away yet a fool can get a damn chicken past security! Maybe he had it stuffed down his pants like the underwear bomber.
I have to share this story before I forget. I saw something at the concert last night that I never saw at a concert before.
I was watching Ozzy and getting into Fairies Wear Boots when I felt something whiz by my head. Out of the corner of my
eye it looked like a balled up shirt or hoodie. Not that strange until I started looking for it on the floor to see what it was.
I was having trouble spotting it and when I did I swear I thought it moved. My initial thought was wind blowing it but I
realized quite quickly there was no wind. Then it appeared to be running. The next thing I know it leaped into the air and into the crowd.
People were swatting at their heads and a bit of commotion ensued. That's when I realized it was a live chicken that someone
apparantly tossed into the crowd. The funny part was watching security try to catch it running around with their little flashlights.
People were taking pictures and hopefully video. I hope it ends up on youtube so you guys don't think I'm making this shit up.
(A live chicken, WTF!!!)