Smash Mouth frontman Steve Harwell did not react kindly when an audience member started throwing bread on stage during a Sunday concert.
Playing at Fort Collins in Colorado, the lead vocalist went on a profanity-laced tirade and threatened to physically harm the responsible individual.
“You throw one more piece of s*** on f****** stage, I’m gonna come find your a**, I’m gonna beat your a**, whoever the f****** you are out there," he shouted into the microphone.
Moments later, Harwell appeared to try to hunt down the audience member himself, but was stopped by an apparent security guard as he attempted to make his way into the crowd.
[sharequote align="right"]"Disgusting. My friend caught this on video."[/sharequote]
The video was posted online by Mandah Crouch who commented on Harwell's actions.
"What a classless punk and HASBEEN this guy is," Crouch wrote. "Yesterday while I was at taste there were tons of kids there! This is a family event. He called the crowd p*****? Hardly. Our town has heart. I'd like to personally never invite this man back and kick his butt back into the 90s. Disgusting. My friend caught this on video."
After the brief interruption, the band played their hit song "All Star."
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