Architects frontman pauses gig to hit out at groper

Danny Woods
August 21, 2017

As BBC News reports, Carter signalled the band to stop playing and addressed the audience after witnessing a man grab the woman's breast during their gig at The Netherlands' Lowland Festival. I'm going to f****** say it.

THE lead singer of a rock band has called out a man who he saw grope a woman while she was crowd surfing during his concert.

Carter, 28, was cheered by the Dutch crowd as he raged: 'I saw a girl, a woman, crowd surfing over here, and I'm not going to f****** point the piece of s*** out who did it, but I saw you f****** grab at her boob... there is no f****** place for that s***'. And you do not f*cking grab at someone! "So if you feel like doing that again, walk out there and f**k off and don't come back".

Carter tweeted a video of his reaction to the groping incident and also stated, "There's no room for this at any kind of show".

Carter has urged people to follow SafeGigs4Women, an organisation that promotes awareness about sexual assault and harassment in concert venues.

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Whether it was because your hands were full carrying drinks or because the offending individual managed to slip away in a crowd, most of us have been touched without our permission, and given the circumstances, unable to do anything about it. Tell someone. Nobody deserves to be a victim of sexual assault in a place where they just want to have good f*cking time.

Architects frontman Sam Carter deserves a massive round of applause.

Ekstrom said he saw a woman repeatedly rejecting the advances of a man at a concert in U.S. city of St Louis.

'It is fucking disgusting, and there is no fucking place for that shit, ' he said as he became more enraged.

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