This is a victory for people for concert goers and music lovers everywhere.
Live shows always have their fair share of people wanting to record their memories of the evening through photos and videos etc., but as anyone who's been to a gig in the last 12 months will tell you, we've now hit a critical mass as music venues around the world are now a sea of hands holding up phones, GoPros and other recording devices from start to finish. For punters it's understandably infuriating.
And, as it turns out, it's equally distressing for the artist themselves. Or Adele at least.
Adele was performing the second of her sold out shows in Arena di Verona, Verona, Italy last night when she took a moment to stop a woman in the crowd recording the show with a camera and tripod, telling her "This isn't a DVD, this is a real show and I'd really like to enjoy my show because there's lots of people outside that couldn't come in."
She then mouths what looks like to be the word 'Tramp', but we can't be sure.
Be still our hearts.
that face at the end ðŸ'€ YES ADELE DRAG HER ðŸ˜‚ðŸ'…ðŸÂ?¼ðŸ'ªðŸÂ?¼ pic.twitter.com/1VFdl1T9IV
— charlotte (@_charl_alice_) May 29, 2016