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PUDDLE OF MUDD Frontman Accuses Fan Of Stealing His House, Walks Off Stage

This is so bizarre.

This is so bizarre.

If that ain't the weirdest headline of 2016, I don't know what is. We've talked much about noted scumbag Wes Scantlin, he who was arrested for a DUI not once but twice in the span of a month, and he who has a history of skipping shows for being arrested or sometimes, no reason at all.

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But this time, Wes walked off stage for a very specific reason. Somebody in the audience stole his house! Wes stopped his show mid-set this past Saturday (1/30) at the Adelphia Music Hall  in Marietta, Ohio. Right before walking off stage, WQLZ reports Wes went into the following tirade:

“This mother f—er right here stole my mother f—ing house and now he’s standing right f—ing in front of me laughing at me. And he f—ing figures I’m a f—ing joke. This mother f—er right here. This mother f—er right here. Get his ass on camera. Right. Get his ass on camera. Get his ass on camera. This is the dog. Right here. This is the mother f—er right here. This guy stole my f—ing house.”

What? This was made weirder by the fact that Scatlin lives in Hollywood, CA not Ohio. Metal Insider notes this could be related to his arrest earlier this year for breaking into a house with a hatchet and destroying audio equipment. Jeez dude, get your shit together.

Here is video of the incident:

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Posted by Jerry Alan Cantwell on Saturday, January 30, 2016

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