Kiss Piss Scandal: Man Arrested For Urinating on Fan at Concert

October 8, 2009 10:03 AM ET

In what now seems to be an unfortunate trend at Boston rock concerts, a man was arrested at Kiss' TD Garden show on October 5th after urinating on the concertgoer standing in front of him. According to the BPDNews blotter, a woman was watching the Sonic Boom band in action when suddenly she experienced "a warm feeling on the back of her leg." The victim turned around to see the source of the warmth, only to discover the man standing behind her was urinating. Security was called over and the guilty party was quickly escorted away and detained until the police arrived.

Chris Morris of Boston was charged with open and gross lewdness and disorderly conduct. To no one's surprise, the blotter adds that Morris was "highly intoxicated," slurring his speech while the thick musk of alcohol "emanated" from him. This incident happened at 10:06 p.m., so considering Kiss are playing Alive! in its near entirety this tour, Morris was likely booted before the band performed "100,000 Years," which everyone knows would have served as the perfect bathroom break with its extra-long drum solo.

We call this a trend because, as Rolling Stone reported in January, a man was arrested and eventually lost his job as a police officer after urinating on fans during a Metallica concert at the same venue in Boston. In that incident, not only did the inebriated now-ex-cop knowingly urinate on the people in front of him, but with his pants still down, he began lunging at the women in his area. To make matters worse, he was wearing a shirt that said "Alcoholica" on it, the mug shot revealed. So word of advice to Boston rock fans, for the benefit of those who sit around you, maybe use the restrooms before taking your seats for now on.

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