Despite his previous claim to the contrary, FILTER frontman Richard Patrick did not defecate in the dressing room of Chicago's House Of Blues on Thursday, August 1st. Patrick wrote that he pooped in the dressing room of the House Of Blues in his online journal, but he admitted to Launch that it was all a big joke.
"Basically it was just a little punk thing I put in the 'Rich Words' (section of the website). It was a joke...When you play the House Of Blues it's a bit of a franchise, so I just wanted to let my fans to know that, yeah, I took a big ol' crap in the toilet just to punk rock it up a bit. It was just a joke. I think I had a couple of beers in me, too."
As previously reported, the frontman wrote posted the following message via the web site on Sunday, August 4th: "We played to a sold-out concert [sic] in Chicago at the Ronald McDonald House Of Burger King Blues, complete with a packed crowd and a willingness to piss off local critics...Except for the fans, that town has never given us any respect, and at this point I don't even care. So, we took a shit in the dressing room and moved on to Detroit."
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