Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop Too Drunk to Perform, Escorted Offstage in Seattle

by | Apr 1, 2011

Asking Alexandria vocalist Danny Worsnop was escorted offstage for being overly intoxicated during the band’s show Tuesday night at Studio 7 in Seattle.

Worsnop was removed from stage by crew members during the band’s set, after staggering and rolling around drunk, barely being able to perform.

Guitarist Ben Bruce asked the crowd, “Who here will support us in putting my best friend through rehab and making him better?”

Video footage of the incident is below. Additionally, the band has since released a statement saying, “Seattle: We will be coming back to play a FREE show for you…Sometimes, being ‘Reckless & Relentless’ gets you in the worst place of your life.”

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