The female vocalist was upset and walked off the stage 20 minutes early after a concertgoer allegedly groped her during a stage dive.
Crystal Castles frontwoman Alice Glass stormed off stage at a festival in Britain on Saturday night, July 17 after accusing an audience member of grabbing her breasts during a stage dive. The Canadian rockers were performing at the Latitude Music Festival in Suffolk, England when the singer hurled herself into the crowd, only to emerge swearing furiously after a reveler allegedly touched her chest.
She angrily told the offender, "You touch my t**s, I kick you in the f**king head. B**ch!" Glass continued the set but barely sang and after a few songs she threw down her microphone and walked off stage 20 minutes early to a chorus of boos from the disgruntled audience, according to Britain's Daily Star.
The news comes just months after keyboard player Ethan Kath revealed the band faced a legal tussle with a fan after the man allegedly grabbed Glass during a gig and she batted him away with her microphone. Kath claimed the unnamed gig-goer dropped his threat of legal action when the band threatened to counter-sue him for indecent assault.