The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne has opted not to challenge the deletion of his official Instagram.com account because he really doesn't care that he has been booted off the photo-sharing website.
The singer's page was deleted last month (Sep13) after Instagram bosses ruled he had posted too many explicit images to their site.
He tried to assure the online executives that photos he posted were actually of a naked statue and not of a real person - but his account remains deleted.
Coyne tells NME.com, "I know that they would take things down if you posted too much (sic) naked things... I know that Instagram's like that, but sometimes I would forget, because I'm taking pictures of paintings and cartoons and stuff.
"We had an opening at our gallery and I was doing a lot of pictures of stuff at the gallery and there was a statue we have and she's naked, but if I take a picture, you can't tell if she's a statue - and I forget that.
"I knew that they take stuff down, but I think they have a policy of like, 'If you get three in one day, man, you're out'... Everybody else wanted me to protest. And I should have, (but) I don't care that much."
Coyne has since set up a new Instagram account.