Singer praised for halting gig to blast groper

Singer praised for halting gig to blast groper

Singer praised for halting gig to blast groper

"I've been going over in my fucking mind whether I should say something about what I saw in that last song", Sam Carter (pictured, center) of the Architects said as he signaled for the band to stop playing music. And you know what?

During a concert last week at the Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands, lead singer Sam Carter saw something from the stage that angered him: A man in the crowd grabbed at the breast of a woman as she crowdsurfed.

Sam told the crowd: 'I saw a girl-a woman-crowdsurfing over here, and I'm not gonna fucking point the piece of shit out that did it, but I saw you fucking grab at her boob.

"It is not your f**king body and you do not f**king grab at someone".

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Carter's powerful message moved the audience and the Internet. "So if you feel like doing that again walk out and don't come back".

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

"He couldn't see what I was pointing to and it was still happening".

To cheers and applause from the crowd, he wraps up: "Let's keep this going, let's keep this a fucking safe place for everybody, and let's have a fucking good time".

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Footage of Sam's response to the appalling incident has been uploaded to Twitter, with many social media users taking the opportunity to praise the singer for his condemnation.

Earlier this year, The Harvard Business Review noted that just avoiding male stereotypes isn't enough to curb gender-based violence, and that due to something called the "Bystander Effect", many men who encounter acts of gender-based violence don't intervene.

Carter also took to Twitter to make the rules clear for his concert attendees.

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