Axl Rose Ejects Unruly Vancouver Fan, Apologizes for 2002 Riot

Axl Rose Ejects Unruly Vancouver Fan, Apologizes for 2002 Riot
Good news, everyone! On Saturday night (December 17), Guns N' Roses performed at Vancouver's Pacific Coliseum and, unlike that now infamous 2002 gig, Axl Rose didn't cancel and the fans didn't riot. The show didn't go off entirely without a hitch, however, as the volatile frontman kicked out fan out of the venue in rather spectacular fashion.

What exactly the fan did to incite Rose's wrath isn't clear. As you can see by the video of the incident embedded at the bottom of this page, however, Rose is seriously pissed off as he yells, "Dumb-ass motherfucker, get the fuck out." He's clearly taking pleasure in having the fan ejected, and he even launches into a brief rendition of "Happy Trails" by Dale Evans Rogers.

That's not the end of the four-letter expletives, so you might want to be careful if you're listening to this one at work.

Rose then went on to talk about the Vancouver riots, and even apologized for his role in inciting the violence. Watch him say sorry in the second of the two videos below (sorry about the poor quality).

That apology is nearly a decade behind schedule, but better late than never.