THE CULT frontman Ian Astbury had an unruly fan ejected from the band's August 13 concert at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. According to Boca Raton magazine, Ian "went off on someone near the front of the stage who was texting one minute and, apparently, shouting at the singer the next. In between songs, Astbury took large swigs from his water bottle and spit it at the person in question. Not once, not twice, but three times.""You're ignorant — and you're rude," Astbury shouted into the mic. "I call it like I see it ... If you can't handle it, go home. This is a CULT concert!" Fan-filmed video footage of the incident can be seen below. THE CULT's current "Electric 13" tour sees the band performing its 1987 album "Electric", on its entirety. The live show also includes a second set pulling from the band's eight other studio albums.
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