A FIGHT erupted for the third time during Kevin Bridges’ Hydro performance in Glasgow.
The Clydebank comedian was performing his Overdue Catch-Up show in front of crowds on Friday night when a group of around 10 people started “yelling and screaming”. Glasgow world reports.
An eyewitness told the news agency: “Once there was a big commotion on the ground below.
“A crowd of about 10 people screamed and screamed.
“Kevin was like, ‘Oh for heaven’s sake not again, this is the third, why can’t people just come out and enjoy themselves?’
“Everyone in the arena peeked over to take a look. People were removed and the show went on.”
Fans who attended the event also took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One person wrote: “Absolutely loved @kevinbridges86 tonight.
“The poor fellow got really cold up there tonight and at the end of our walk another fight broke out.”
A second person tweeted the comedian to say, “There was a bloody fight during the last play tonight.”
A third person added, “Bout the fourth night at the latest Kevin Bridges broke out a fight…wtf.”
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The SEC confirmed their team removed someone from the venue, while police say they were called to the venue around 10:25 p.m. last night.
An SEC spokesman said, “The individual in question was removed as soon as our team became aware of the situation, as is customary.”
This is the third incident of a person being removed from one of the comedian’s shows after a fight.
Officials said they were also called to the venue following reports of a “disturbance”.
They confirmed that two men were treated at the scene and reported in connection with the incident.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Officers were called at around 10.25pm on Friday 9 September 2022 to reports of a disturbance at a building on Congress Road in Glasgow.
“Two men were treated at the scene.
“The two men were reported in connection.”
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/21299260.fight-breaks-kevin-bridges-glasgow-gig-third-time-ovo-hydro/?ref=rss At Kevin Bridges’ third gig in Glasgow, a fight breaks out at the OVO Hydro