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Plaque from former AC/DC frontmans grave stolen

Plaque from former AC/DC frontmans grave stolen

Thieves have reportedly stolen a plaque from the grave of former AC/DC frontman Bon Scott, who died back in 1980 at the age of thirty-three. The plaque, stolen over the weekend from his resting place in Freemantle Cemetary, was given by the national trust of Australia. The theft corresponded with what would have been Scotts sixtieth birthday.

 

Doug Thorncroft, head of the Bon Scott fanclub, released a statement, saying Its very disappointing, particularly at this special time of the yearSome insignificant individual has decided to sabotage [his grave] and steal this plaque. Theyre possibly sitting at home now feeling terrible, which I hope they are.

 

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