Liam Gallagher went crowd surfing in America - so he could ''fart'' on the heads of people who'd booed him.
Liam Gallagher crowd surfed in America so he could fart on people's heads.
The 'Wall of Glass' hitmaker got his gassy revenge on audience members who booed him when he came out at the Cal Jam festival in Los Angeles last month to perform The Beatles' classic 'Come Together' with Foo Fighters.
He said: ''I'd had a drink and I thought we were going to sing 'I Am the Walrus'.
''I forgot the words and jumped into the crowd. People were pinching my a**e really hard...
''The crowd surfing was pretty funny. It's not all it's craqcked up to be but it was good to get among the people.
''The were a couple of [Foos fans] down the front that were booing me so I thought I'd just crowd-surf and fart on their heads. Cop that, you ****.
''Then other people were cheering, so I'd fart on their heads too. Have that, ****. It was good revenge.''
The former Oasis frontman has never enjoyed huge success in America - but that doesn't stop him wanting to play gigs out there because he relishes the hostile reception he receives.
Discussing his 2018 plans, he told Q magazine: ''I'm looking forward to playing live. We're going to America to give them another opportunity to 'tut'.
''There's nothing better than going to America and watching people 'tut' you.''
Liam is known for his outspoken views and he admitted it can make social situations awkward when he doesn't remember if he's said something negative about people who are also there.
Speaking at the Q awards last month, he said: ''It's nice seeing people and dodging people, that's the most important thing. I'm not dodging anyone, but sometimes it's like, 'S**t, didn't I slag him off last week? Probably.' ''
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