MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine has posted the following message in the "Forums" section of the band's official web site:"If there are ever going to be any more meet-and-greets, it will be traced back to this story. "I was just meeting the gracious and always-polite Japanese fans, and some girl made sure to tell me that she proudly posted a bad review of our show last night. I was pretty surprised at how rude she was, and how mean it is to go up to someone and say, 'I posted a bad review of your show last night,' like I am supposed to thank her. "She blamed our soundman, and I was just so surprised at someone getting a chance to meet a band they like, and the first thing out of their mouth is a comment like that. "Good thing that she is wrong and too bad that she ruined it for the rest of the fans that were at the meet-and-greet. I can only wonder: What is it that she was trying to accomplish? It's like, 'Dave, I just clogged your toilet! Aren't you proud of me?' "At least they both have one thing in common..."
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