Internet Divided After Brass Against Singer Urinates On Fan Who Consented To It

Never let anyone tell you punk is dead. Last weekend at the Welcome to Rockville festival in Daytona, Florida, Brass Against singer Sophie Urista channeled the spirit of GG Allin when she invited a fan on stage, dropped trou, and peed on his face. If you want to see that, here you go (major NSFW warning, of course):

Brass Against, a band that does brass covers of heavy rock songs, was in the middle of covering Rage Against The Machine’s “Wake Up” when the incident occurred.

The band issued an apology for the incident, first tweeting “that’s not who we are as a band” before deleting that and posting a second tweet that assured future concertgoers it “won’t happen again.”

As one might imagine, publically urinating on a fan’s face turned out to be an extremely controversial thing to do, even though the fan, who had a camera mounted on his head, consented to it.

Opinions were split on whether this was a truly “rock and roll” thing to do or if it was just gross, at least according to Twitter.

At the very least, Urista cleaned the pee herself so venue staff didn’t have to deal with it. There has been a police report filed against the band, meaning Florida police are going to be taking a long hard look at her peeing on a guy.