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Prosthetic Leg Owner Is Convicted Of Harming Another at an Alice Cooper Show

Prosthetic Leg Owner Is Convicted Of Harming Another at an Alice Cooper Show

In perhaps one of the most bizarre reasons for fighting ever, a Southampton Alice Cooper fan has been convicted of harming another over a prosthetic leg (??!) during an Alice Cooper concert. Last year's fight involved Andrew Miller (the leg's owner) who claimed he was "defending" himself against John Lynch, who felt angered by Miller's decision to remove his leg and t-shirt at the show. When Lynch began elbowing Miller, Miller lashed out, punching and hitting Lynch with a motorcycle helmet. Miller, having been the fight's initiator, will be sentenced on July 8th. But what we'd really like to know is, why would anyone remove their leg at an Alice Cooper show in the first place? [NME]

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Try to get your facts right, it wasn't the leg it was the fact miller stripped off, appeared not to have washed for at least a week judging by the foul odour and then slumped over the victim pushing him and beilng abusive, good cause for anyone to be upset I'd say ? he then tried to hide behide his disability in court as an excuse - millers scum....

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