Maine Police Department ‘Apologise’ For Handcuffing Marilyn Manson
After a video of Marilyn Manson being handcuffed was posted on the God Of Fuck’s Instagram (and consequently watched almost half a million times), the Bangor, Maine Police Department have released a statement to clarify the situation… well, sort of.
Lt. Tim Cotton revealed in an amusing Facebook post that it was all something of a joke, set up by Mazza himself following his performance at the Impact Music Festival on Sunday.
The statement reads like so:
In the interest of saving us a whole lot of call-backs, Marilyn Manson was merely handcuffed and released immediately thereafter.
Officer Curtis Grenier, typically listening to only Enya, and a little bit of Oasis, was posted backstage during the Impact Music Festival. He did not recognize Mr. Manson without his stage makeup- our apologies.
Later, when approaching Rob Zombie, Officer Grenier was overheard saying, “I have never seen him in the Walking Dead, so I don’t know what the big deal is.”
Grenier has been spoken to and relieved of back-stage concert related duties for the foreseeable future. The Chief has determined that Grenier can work backstage during Lord of the Dance or anything related to Disney.
Keep your hands to yourself, leave other people’s things alone, and be kind to one another.
We will be here.
With the Beautiful People
Well done to all involved… you almost had us there.
Marilyn Manson was released by the LAPD on personal recognisance bail on July 2 in relation to 2019 assault charges.
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