AXL ROSE Storms Out Of NYC Club After Eye-Closing Fan Encounter

The New York Post's "Page Six" column ran the following item in its March 12, 2006 edition:

"The fascinatingly mercurial GUNS N' ROSES frontman [Axl Rose] fled club Stereo late Thursday night after a drunken fan inadvertently spat in his eye. Axl, sporting braids in a ponytail and looking puffy in a white sweater, was tolerating the sloppy dude's boozy line of questioning until some spittle landed on his contacts. 'Axl started yelling, 'My [bleep]ing eyes! My contacts,' reports our spywitness. 'He became irate. He ran out of the club with one eye closed and knocked over Stephon Marbury on his way out the door. He left his whole entourage behind.' The eye-closing experience was the final stop of the night for the easily enraged Rose."

In other news, Axl attended the "Sopranos" premiere party in New York City at the Museum of Modern Art on March 7. Check out a picture of Rose and actor James Gandolfini which was published in the "Snaps" section in today's edition of the New York Post (courtesy of Here Today… Gone to Hell!). Axl was also recently spotted at Los Angeles airport. An onlooker took a photo with his/her mobile phone (courtesy of Splat).


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