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- Posted on Mar 11th 2010 10:00AM by Andrew Kerr
Watching proceedings from an elevated platform for disabled fans at the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre (QSAC), Terry Watson was thrown into the crowd after a friend inadvertently knocked the controls to his motorised wheelchair.
Watson told Australian newspaper the South East Advertiser, "As I went off the edge I instinctively put my hands up to cover my face. I remember thinking, 'S---, this is going to hurt'."
The 32-year old went on, "All there was was a bit of yellow tape in front of us. No barricades or anything. I'm going to see my solicitor and we'll go from there."
A spokesman for venue owners, Stadiums Queensland, wouldn't be drawn on the news of Watson's impending legal action, choosing instead to say, "The circumstances around this incident are currently under investigation by independent risk assessors engaged by QSAC and Workplace Health and Safety. It is not appropriate to comment further."
The band rounded off the Australian leg of their 'Black Ice Tour' with two dates at Perth's Subiaco Oval. Both passed without incident.
At Saturday's show (March 6) a 29-year old man was arrested after police discovered a substantial quantity of methamphetamine whilst conducting a routine bag search.