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The lead singer of a band urinated on top of a fan’s face in the middle of a rock concert she was hosting.

Sophia Urista, the frontwoman for cover band Brass Against, announced to the crowd that she needed to go to the bathroom but couldn’t wait any longer.

Instead of leaving the stage or peeing her pants, the 36-year-old dragged up a male fan from the audience, got him to lie down on the stage at a concert in Daytona, Florida, on Thursday night and relieved herself over him.

‘I gotta pee, and I can’t make it to the bathroom,’ she exclaimed to concertgoers. ‘So we might as well make a show out of it.’ 

Sophia Urista, 36, the frontwoman for cover band Brass Against urinated over a fan

Sophia Urista, 36, the frontwoman for cover band Brass Against urinated over a fan

Sophia Urista, 36, the frontwoman for cover band Brass Against urinated over a fan

Urista told the audience she needed to pee but couldn't make it to the bathroom

Urista told the audience she needed to pee but couldn't make it to the bathroom

Urista told the audience she needed to pee but couldn’t make it to the bathroom

She then hurriedly pulled down her pants and underwear crouching down to pee.

The singer didn’t hold back as she emptied the contents of her bladder all over the man’s bald head and face. 

From footage shot by fans and subsequently shared on social media, he seemed to be enjoying the experience as he moved his head back and forth as Urista’s urine fell about him.

All the while, she managed to keep singing a rendition of Rage Against The Machine’s, Wake Up.

Many on social media were shocked by the act with one describing it as ‘pure trash.’

A male fan was brought on stage and lay on the floor as Urista squatted over him

A male fan was brought on stage and lay on the floor as Urista squatted over him

A male fan was brought on stage and lay on the floor as Urista squatted over him

Many on social media were shocked by the act with one describing it as 'pure trash.'

Many on social media were shocked by the act with one describing it as 'pure trash.'

Many on social media were shocked by the act with one describing it as ‘pure trash.’

It wasn't all hate and disgust online. At least one person seemed to appreciate the outlandish nature of what he had just witnessed.

It wasn't all hate and disgust online. At least one person seemed to appreciate the outlandish nature of what he had just witnessed.

It wasn’t all hate and disgust online. At least one person seemed to appreciate the outlandish nature of what he had just witnessed.

‘This is devilish. Truly the world is coming to an end,’ one Twitter user wrote. 

‘Disgusting….’ another added. ‘I think they both got some mental issues.’ 

‘That would count as indecent exposure and a criminal offense surely?’ said another online poster.  

It wasn’t all hate and disgust online. At least one person seemed to appreciate the outlandish nature of what they had just witnessed.

‘That’s most punk rock thing I’ve seen in a long time. Keep up the great work. I’m going to have to catch the act.’  

The band, Brass Against, later took to Twitter to apologize for Urista’s behavior saying she got ‘carried away.’

‘We had a great time last night at Welcome to Rockville. Sophia got carried away. That’s not something the rest of us expected, and it’s not something you’ll see again at our shows. Thanks for bringing it last night, Daytona.’     

The band, Brass Against, later took to Twitter to apologize for Urista's behavior saying she got 'carried away.'

The band, Brass Against, later took to Twitter to apologize for Urista's behavior saying she got 'carried away.'

The band, Brass Against, later took to Twitter to apologize for Urista’s behavior saying she got ‘carried away.’

New Yorker Sophia Urista first became more widely known after appearing on the The Voice in 2016

New Yorker Sophia Urista first became more widely known after appearing on the The Voice in 2016

New Yorker Sophia Urista first became more widely known after appearing on the The Voice in 2016

Urista is seen in a picture from her Instagram page where she keeps her underwear on

Urista is seen in a picture from her Instagram page where she keeps her underwear on

Urista is seen in a picture from her Instagram page where she keeps her underwear on 

In pictures on social media, Urista appeared to be normal as she enjoys lounging by pools

In pictures on social media, Urista appeared to be normal as she enjoys lounging by pools

Urista in pictures from social media

Urista in pictures from social media

In pictures on social media, Urista appeared to be normal as she enjoys lounging by pools

Over the years there have been plenty of other shocking moments shared on stage. 

American musician, singer, and songwriter Iggy Pop, widely known as  the ‘Godfather of Punk’ would break bottles on stage, vomit and then roll around in the shards of glass cutting up his back and check before diving into the crowd. 

In 1993, the front man of a group known as Blind Melon decided to urinate all over the front row of the audience.

Shannon Hoon, took a pee on his fans gathered at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver.

Similar behavior was witnessed from the group The Almighty Defenders who would urinate into one another’s mouths before spraying it out all over the audience. 

Australian punk group The Meanies had a habit of blowing out snot into the audience.

Iggy Pop, widely known as the 'Godfather of Punk' would break bottles on stage, vomit and then roll around in the shards of glass cutting up his back and check before diving into the crowd

Iggy Pop, widely known as the 'Godfather of Punk' would break bottles on stage, vomit and then roll around in the shards of glass cutting up his back and check before diving into the crowd

Iggy Pop, widely known as the ‘Godfather of Punk’ would break bottles on stage, vomit and then roll around in the shards of glass cutting up his back and check before diving into the crowd

In 1993, the front man of a group known as Blind Melon, Shannon Hoon, decided to urinate all over the front row of the audience

In 1993, the front man of a group known as Blind Melon, Shannon Hoon, decided to urinate all over the front row of the audience

In 1993, the front man of a group known as Blind Melon, Shannon Hoon, decided to urinate all over the front row of the audience

The Almighty Defenders would urinate into one another's mouths before spraying it out all over the audience. The group are pictured in 2010

The Almighty Defenders would urinate into one another's mouths before spraying it out all over the audience. The group are pictured in 2010

The Almighty Defenders would urinate into one another’s mouths before spraying it out all over the audience. The group are pictured in 2010

Source: Daily Mail UK

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