Yngwie Malmsteen's manager says that the Swedish guitarist is "disgusted" by the fact that a recording of him venting his rage at a fellow airline passenger was leaked via the Internet last week and "feels sorry" for the person that released the tape for the world to hear."We do know who did it and we are disgusted," the management said in a written statement to Melodicrock.com. "We do however feel sorry for this person [since] any so-called event more than likely happened years ago. We, on the other hand, are all happy the band and crew are having a blast here [on tour] in Japan..."
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