Neo-Nazi At Punk Show Gets Drop-Kicked By Dropkick Murphys

Wendy Geller
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Massachusetts punk band the Dropkick Murphys lived up to their name last week in New York City, when a fan in the audience started doing something…well, kind of offensive, to say the least.

The band was slamming through a cover of AC/DC's "TNT," with the audience invited to jump up with them and sing along, when bassist/vocalist Ken Casey suddenly stopped short. He strode over to the side of the stage and apparently began to beat the heck out of a guy in the crowd.

What got Casey so upset? The fan was doing a Nazi salute in time to the music, something the Irish-American punkers don't approve of at their gigs.

After presumably taking care of business, Casey returned to the mic and made sure everyone knows the band's official stance: "Nazis are not f--king welcome at a Dropkick Murphys show." Ya hear?

So, to all the Nazis out there…stay away from Casey and his band, or you just might get drop-kicked for real. Here's a list of their tour dates for reference!

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Warning: This video contains strong language.