The following item was published it today's edition of The New York Post:"Just because heavy metal masters IRON MAIDEN are old and gray doesn't mean they can't create some old-school rock 'n' roll mayhem. The long-maned metallers made headlines last week when drummer Michael 'Nicko' McBrain allegedly got mad at a Jones Beach parking attendant and struck him with his Jaguar. And after their sold-out show with RONNIE JAMES DIO and MOTÖRHEAD at the Garden Wednesday night [July 30], the band ruffled feathers at Terrence Brennan's Seafood and Chop House in the Benjamin Hotel where they were staying. At 4 a.m. yesterday, after many rounds of drinks, they balked at paying their $500 tab unless it was divided into seven separate checks. Once that was done, they tipped only 8 to 10 percent each, says our miffed restaurant source."
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