AEROSMITH delighted teenage fans during an unexpected visit to an ice cream shop, according to the Associated Press.
Band members riding motorcycles stopped Wednesday to ask directions and get custard ice cream at Mr. C's Custom Cone in White Lake Township, Michigan, 45 miles northwest of Detroit.
Store owner Tom Dunleavy said he had no idea who they were until some of his female employees began to "go crazy."
Lead singer Steven Tyler introduced himself and was "extremely nice to everyone in the place," Dunleavy told The Daily Oakland Press.
As Tyler signed autographs, customers began taking his photograph and calling friends on their cell phones. It was not long before a crowd began to gather, so Dunleavy let the band eat inside the shop.
"I was waiting on customers, and I said, `Oh, my God, it's Steven Tyler,"' said Laurie Sera, 17.
She and co-worker Jill Dettloff, 17, were "freaking out," Sera said. They had their photos taken with the rocker.
The band has been in the Detroit area since its concert was canceled by last week's blackout. The rescheduled Comerica Park concert with KISS and TED NUGENT is set for Sept. 7.
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