Angry fans holding tickets to see the U.S. premiere of Sex And The City at New York's Radio City Music Hall, vented their frustration Tuesday night as they were turned away from the theater, which had been overbooked. The New York Daily News reported that as many as 2,000 ticket-holders were shut out. One woman wearing surgical staples from a throat operation told the newspaper, "I'm absolutely heartbroken. ... This is pain and the city." Theater ushers pointed out, however that the fine print on the tickets noted that seating was on a first-come, first-served basis.