News — 13 March 2013

A Guns N’ Roses fan named Darren Wright says he’s preparing legal action after being hit in the mouth by Axl Rose‘s microphone at the end of the band’s show on Saturday night (March 9) in Perth, Australia.

Wright says he was enjoying the finale when he was hit in the face. At first he thought he was punched — bright stage lights had impaired his vision. “I was quite stunned and it took a few seconds to realize what was going on. I could feel bits of teeth in my mouth. Then someone is climbing through my legs to grab the microphone.”

Wright told that a dentist quoted him for over $5,000 worth of dental work to fix his damaged front teeth. He also suffered a cut lip, and was left with an exposed nerve in his mouth. He was given first aid treatment at the Perth Arena. Wright said. “At the very least, I want someone to pay to get my teeth fixed.”

The 39-year-old pest controller is a longtime fan of the band’s and he had looking forward to the show. He first saw GNR 22 years ago, and saved up for the prime seats. Wright admits Rose likely didn’t intend to hit him, but he’s not settling for the offer made by the band’s tour promoter: an autographed microphone. “I’m a father of four on a single income doing it hard inPerth”, he said.

A Guns N’ Roses fan named Darren Wright says he’s preparing legal action after being hit in the mouth by Axl Rose‘s microphone at the end of the band’s show on Saturday night (March 9) in Perth, Australia.

Wright says he was enjoying the finale when he was hit in the face. At first he thought he was punched — bright stage lights had impaired his vision. “I was quite stunned and it took a few seconds to realize what was going on. I could feel bits of teeth in my mouth. Then someone is climbing through my legs to grab the microphone.”

Wright told that a dentist quoted him for over $5,000 worth of dental work to fix his damaged front teeth. He also suffered a cut lip, and was left with an exposed nerve in his mouth. He was given first aid treatment at the Perth Arena. Wright said. “At the very least, I want someone to pay to get my teeth fixed.”

The 39-year-old pest controller is a longtime fan of the band’s and he had looking forward to the show. He first saw GNR 22 years ago, and saved up for the prime seats. Wright admits Rose likely didn’t intend to hit him, but he’s not settling for the offer made by the band’s tour promoter: an autographed microphone. “I’m a father of four on a single income doing it hard inPerth”, he said.

GUNS N ROSES: sin dientes.Un fan de Guns and Roses dice estar preparando acciones legales contra el grupo después de ser golpeado en la boca por el micrófono de Axl Rose al final del concierto del grupo el día 9 de marzo en Perth, Australia.

El fan afirma que estaba disfrutando del final del show cuando fue golpeado en la cara… “me sorprendió bastante y me costó bastante darme cuenta de lo que estaba pasando. Note trozos de dientes en la boca y entonces me di cuenta que alguien estaba cogiendo un micrófono que estaba a mis pies”.

Darren Wrigth afirma que su dentista le ha diagnosticado un trabajo en su boca que costará sobre los 5000$ a parte del corte del labio y todo lo que supuso llevar los nervios de los dientes colgando.

El fan tiene 39 años, y quiere que alguien le pague sus dientes. Él es fan del grupo y los vio por primera vez hace 22 años. Admite que Axl Rose no tenia intención de hacerle daño pero no quiere que se le compense con regalarle un micrófono autografiado ya que según dice “el micrófono no va a arreglar mis dientes, soy padre de 4 hijos con un solo ingreso lo cual me complica mucho que pueda arreglar mis dientes”.

GUNS N ROSES: sin dientes.

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