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Watch Dave Grohl Kick Fan Out of His Foo Fighters Show in Expletive-Filled Rant

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Jul. 13 2011, Published 6:59 a.m. ET

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Dave Grohl was not a happy musician when a fan in his audience apparently started a fight during his iTunes Festival show with the Foo Fighters on Monday in London. The frontman yelled at a fan into his mic and threw him out of his show in an expletive-filled rant.

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According to GigWise, Dave threw a fan out of his show at Roundhouse in London after he apparently started a fight in the audience.

''You don't f***ng fight at my show you a**hole," Dave yelled. "Who's that right there? Let me see him, who's fighting right now? It's that f***ing guy in the stripped shirt right there. Hey motherf***er look at me. Hey in the stripped shirt, look right here motherf***er. Look at me. Look at me, get the f*** out of my show right now. Get the f*** out. Get the f*** out of my show, right now."

''You don't come to my show and fight," he continued. "You come to my show to f***ng dance you a**hole. Get the f*** out of here. I don't put up with that bulls**t — you people came here to have a good time and that guy can f***off.''

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If you look closely in the video, you can see the "guy in the striped shirt" push his way out of the audience.

**WARNING! EXPLICIT LANGUAGE, BELOW! NSFW!***

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