Germany's The Local reports that a concert by Anglo-Australian hard rockers AC/DC in Munich on Friday (May 15) drew over 100 noise complaints by irate neighbors, police reported Sunday.Complaints came from as far as Unterhaching, a suburb almost 20 kilometers (12 miles) away from the stadium. Police said the neighbors complained about "overly-loud music" that violated local noise ordinances. The noise did not drive off Economy Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, who showed up at the concert with his wife, Stephanie, according to the daily Bild. The 37-year-old minister has admitted his love of heavy metal before and said that he's been a fan of the Australian rockers since he was a teenager. Bild quoted Stephanie zu Guttenberg as saying that she had never been to an AC/DC show before, but was going because her husband was so excited to see the band. Read more from The Local. Video footage of AC/DC's May 15, 2009 concert in Munich can be viewed below.
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