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- Posted on Jul 13th 2011 3:30PM by Dan Reilly
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On Monday (July 11), Morrissey-solo.com Webmaster David Tseng was ejected from the singer's show in Copenhagen by security guards who, he claims, told him, "You know what you did." Morrissey has previously railed against the site, which often discusses his private life and criticizes his career choices, and even went as far as wearing a "F--- Morrissey-solo.com" shirt onstage. Now, as WENN reports, Tseng has been banned from attending any more Morrissey gigs for the rest of his life.
"Mr. Tseng via his poisonous website has caused so much intentional distress to Morrissey and Morrissey's band over the years that Mr. Tseng is not welcome at any Morrissey shows," Morrissey's spokesperson told the news agency.
On Wednesday (July 13), UK's Daily Mail reported that fans at the former Smiths frontman's July 8 show in Middlesbrough were searched for bringing meat products into the venue. A longtime vegetarian, Morrissey recently insisted that a festival in Belgium enact a 24-hour ban on meat on the day he headlines.
"A member of the security staff then went through my bag and told me that they were checking to make sure that I was not carrying any meat products inside," a fan told the Mirror. A spokesperson for the venue told the paper, ""It is a pat-down and we ask people to take drinks in plastic containers. I did not know they were stopping sausages being taken in -- that is a bit random."
So, we guess the rule at future Morrissey gigs is no dogs, critical bloggers and beef jerky allowed.