Band Apologizes After Lead Singer Pees on Fan’s Face Mid-Show; Daytona Police Not Filing Charges

By Yahoo News. Brass Against, a band known for performing brass versions of rock songs, has issued an apology after its lead singer peed on a fan’s face at a festival in Daytona Beach last week.

Yes, you read that right. During a set at Welcome to Rockville on Thursday night, singer Sophia Urista pulled down her pants on stage and peed on a (surprisingly willing) fan mid-song. On Friday, the band posted an apology on Twitter, assuring fans that it wasn’t a planned stunt. . .

During the performance, Urista grabbed a bottle of water, and noted that the show would be closed out with her relieving herself on someone in the audience once she drank it all.

“Get my man with the can on his head ready, ’cause we’re going to bring him onstage and I’ma piss in this motherf—er’s mouth,” she said.

A few minutes later, the man indeed climbed onto the stage, with an apparently empty can attached to his forehead. He laid down flat on his back on stage, prompting Urista to straddle his head, slide her pants down, and pee into the can — or at least, aim for it. (Read more from “Band Apologizes After Lead Singer Pees on Fan’s Face Mid-Show” HERE)


Band Won’t Be Charged for Incident at Welcome to Rockville in Daytona

By The Daytona Beach News-Journal. When Brass Against singer Sophia Urista urinated on a willing fan onstage during the Welcome to Rockville music festival, the incident generated worldwide publicity for the band, but it appears that it won’t result in any charges being filed by police.

“No incident report was created because we didn’t actually speak to the reporting party,” said Messod Bendayan, Daytona Beach Police spokesman. According to police records, a call to a dispatcher about the incident was received at 9:49 a.m. Saturday morning.

The caller, who identified herself as Nicole Shields, advised dispatchers that the singer had urinated on the fan on stage and wondered “if there are ramifications for this,” as her 16-year-old daughter was there to witness the event, according to dispatch records.

“She spoke to a county dispatcher initially,” Bendayan said. “We tried calling her back twice and received no response. Beyond that, we’re not giving any further comment on this matter.” (Read more from “Band Won’t Be Charged for Incident at Welcome to Rockville in Daytona” HERE)

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