Brian May very rarely loses his cool, let alone his temper. So video footage of him furiously shouting and then making threats are quite a shock. The incident happened outside Brisbane airport after the Queen legend landed in Australia. Spotting young fans by the road outside, he stopped his car to greet them and tale phots. When a news crew cameraman tried to film the touching moment and was asked not to repeatedly, May eventually snapped. The entire drama was filmed and then shown on national TV. May has opened up to fans about his distress.
May posted multiple times on Instagram about the upsetting encounter.
In his final message, he thanked Australian fans for their love and support and said he was in touch with the young fan pictured in the footage and in May’s own posts.
Still distressed about how a personal and sweet moment had been spoiled, he also asked the other fans who had been there to get in touch.
Read his full final post below.
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“But now it’s over. And tomorrow morning I will get up and do my preparations, with intent to give one of the best performances of my life, fuelled by new lessons learned, and a determination to make the best out of all this.
“And a determination to give our wonderful fans in Brisbane the best night of their lives!!! See ya there!”
Queen and Adam Lambert will play at the Brisbane Suncorp Stadium tomorrow before heading to Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on February 15. The following night at the same venue they will headline the Fire Fight benefit concert in aid of those affected by the recent bushfires.
Meanwhile, fans have rallied around and messages of support poured in over the last day.