Band apologizes after its lead singer urinates on a fan

Reports suggest the male fan who was peed on volunteered for a golden shower and seemed to enjoy himself.

A New York-based band has apologized to its fans after the lead singer urinated on the face of a festival attendee. The band said the singer got carried away and that it will never happen again.


The band, Brass Against, best known for performing brass versions of rock songs, was performing in Dayton beach early this month when the incident occurred.

During a set at the Welcome to Rockville festival, the band’s lead singer, Sophia Urista, pulled down her pants and urinated on a fan on-stage and mid-song.

According to reports, the fan seemed like a willing participant who had a good time. On Friday, the band took to Twitter to apologize for the actions of its lead singe, suggesting that the stunt was unplanned:

We had a great time last night at Welcome to Rockville. Sophia got carried away. That’s not something the rest of us expected, and it’s not something you’ll see again at our shows. Thanks for bringing it last night, Daytona.

Baptism of Piss

Halfway through the performance, Urista grabbed a bottle of water and declared that the show would come to an end once she urinates on someone after drinking the content of the bottle. She told the crowd:

Get my man with the can on his head ready, ’cause we’re going to bring him onstage and I’ma piss in this motherf—er’s mouth.

Surprisingly, the man climbed onto the stage few minutes later with an empty can attached to his forehead. With the man lying down flat on his back, Urista straddled his head, pulled down her pants and started to pee, aiming for the empty can.

After his baptism of urine, the man collected some of the liquid with his hands and threw it out over the crowd.

Urista, pulled her pants back up and asked the man to leave the stage.

Security, get him the f— out of here! Get the f— out of here, you’re done!
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