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[size=inherit]A 67-year-old man whose crowd-surfing antics halted a concert by The Killers has said he is "feeling fine" despite "a few aches".[/size]

Frontman Brandon Flowers leapt off the stage to check on Doug James when he fell and cut his head during Saturday's Old Trafford cricket ground gig.

Mr James, of Sale, Greater Manchester, described the lead singer as "a lovely gentleman" after he rushed to help him.

The band tweeted: "There's no age limit for rock 'n roll."

Mr James, a retired marine and service engineer, said he was shocked at the reaction to his crowd-surfing after he fell near the stage.

He was taken aback when Flowers jumped off stage and ran to him to check on him and gave him a hug.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-61783869?at_medium=RSS&at_campaign=KARANGA
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A 67-year-old man whose crowd-surfing antics halted a concert by The Killers has said he is "feeling fine" despite "a few aches".

Frontman Brandon Flowers leapt off the stage to check on Doug James when he fell and cut his head during Saturday's Old Trafford cricket ground gig.

Mr James, of Sale, Greater Manchester, described the lead singer as "a lovely gentleman" after he rushed to help him.

The band tweeted: "There's no age limit for rock 'n roll."

Mr James, a retired marine and service engineer, said he was shocked at the reaction to his crowd-surfing after he fell near the stage.

He was taken aback when Flowers jumped off stage and ran to him to check on him and gave him a hug.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-61783869?at_medium=RSS&at_campaign=KARANGA
All that's necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing


 

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