It was only recently that we were commenting on how smoothly the Guns N' Roses reunion tour was progressing - heck, even Slash himself was surprised at how well things were going.
That said, things seem to be unravelling at a rapid pace as just last week, Axl Rose revealed that the band had been detained on the Canadian border for gun possession.
Now, things have gone from zero to 'rock 'n' roll, motherf***ckas!' in no time as "at least" thirty people were arrested at their New Jersey gig on Saturday night.
According to the New Jersey State Police, the charges ranged from disorderly conduct to “open lewdness”, while there were 11 solicitation arrests. One woman was taken into custody for assaulting a police officer, according to radio station NJ105.
The charges included:
9 disorderly conduct arrests;
11 solicitation arrests;
1 arrest for “open lewdness”;
1 resisting arrest charge;
2 arrests for simple assault;
1 charge of harassment;
3 criminal trespassing arrests; and
1 arrest for possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.
The band were due to play another gig at the same venue last night, but there's no word yet on whether the Sunday night crowd were a little less wild.