So what you are saying is that she was asking for it? Really?
I disagree with you. Strongly.
In the interests of not saying something nasty I am going to leave it there.
Oh ffs, don't twist my words. This isn't a yes i wore a slinky red thing does that mean i should spread kinda thing...
If you prance around stage extolling the virtues of love, performance art and self expression to a group of people proactively filling their heads up with fluids to impair their judgement so they can laugh over the anecdotes they don't even remember the next day - then it's a statistical inevitability that shit like this will sometimes happen.
Like I said, it's not OK...but it was bound to happen sooner or later.
That fan has become a friend, and still has scars from what happened to them back then.
But this doesn't excuse what the fan did. And the fan realized it when the fan sobered up.
What ever happened to she-who-seemingly-must-not-be-named? Give her my facebook, next time you see her - would you, Len?
Again, I'm not excusing the actions of people who overstep the boundaries - I'm just saying that its an occupational hazard...Just like if you make a living out of giving rides to drunk people; then you had better deal with the fact that every so often someone's going to puke in the back of your cab - Not cool, but they were probably too drunk to stop themselves.