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'You turds': Sir Elton John drops c-bomb on Perth concert security guards

Brisbane Times Sunday, 1 December 2019
Fans were left shocked after Sir Elton John unleashed a tirade of abuse at security guards who escorted a woman out of the stadium at the second Perth concert of his farewell tour on Sunday evening.
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Sir Elton John branded security guards at his own concert "turds" and told them to "f**k off" in a foul-mouthed tirade when he saw them trying to escort a woman out of the venue.

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