Sir Elton John unleashes foul-mouthed spray at HBF Park security guards

Brenda Watkins
December 3, 2019

Farewell Yellow Brick Road just started its run in Australia, and John kicked off the Down Under leg in style by berating two security guards who were attempting to remove a woman from the audience.

Sir Elton John's farewell world tour is now in Australia, where the musician performing his second show in Perth last night. Bring her back here immediately.

"Come on you c**ts". Morons, you both are.

"You don't treat girls like that".

This outburst occurred during the second of two performances by the legendary singer in Perth as he tours outdoor arenas through Australia and New Zealand for the southern summer. "Leave her alone, you turds!" Later in the show, Elton took a moment to address his tirade.

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Today Perth presenter Louise Momber was at the concert and said John was "so angry", according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

"He sang the next song and then immediately apologised for his rant - but said it's something he's really passionate about".

He shared, "I apologize for the 'c-word, ' I just hate people being assaulted, especially women by security guards".

The lyrics to tunes including "Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road", "Your Song", "Candle in the Wind", "Bennie and the Jets" and "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" are being sold off by Maxine Taupin, via the LA auction house Bonhams, on December 9.

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