PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix urinated in a bottle, sipped from it, and then shared it with a woman in the audience during the band's appearance at Boston club the Middle East on Wednesday, August 14th.According to a post on the band's web site, "Jacoby was quite fast to revert to his old ways. He was climbing on the amps, jumping into the crowd, giving the people in the front row a shot of vodka between every song, and he managed to drink his own piss! "There was a very drunk girl in the front and I'm not sure what she told Jacoby, but I think it was something to the effect of 'I will drink your piss,' so he went to the right side of the stage, grabbed a Gatorade bottle, and tossed his junk through the mouth of the bottle. What followed was him adding to the 'flavor' then tossing back a good swig and then handing the bottle to the very willing lady. She took a swig, and decided it wasn't so bad so she took another!" The woman apparently drank so much of the fluid that "her friends had to yank it out of her hands."
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