Sir Elton John drops C-bomb as he lashes out at security at his show

Elton John drops the C-bomb and tells two security guards to ‘f**k off’ at a Perth concert after he saw them trying to kick a female fan out of the venue

Sir Elton John kicked off the Australian leg of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour in characteristically brash style on Saturday.

While performing at Perth’s HBF Park Stadium, the 72-year-old musician yelled at a pair of security guards who were trying to remove a woman from the venue.

Footage from the concert showed Elton shouting from the stage: ‘Hey, you two security guards with the girl… f**k off!’ 

‘Come on, you c**ts!’ Sir Elton John kicked off the Australian leg of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour in characteristically brash style on Saturday 

‘Let her up here immediately… come on, you c**ts!’ he added. 

While thousands of fans gasped at Elton’s obscene language, many others could be heard cheering and clapping in the video.

But Elton wasn’t finished, as he went on to label the security guards ‘morons’.

‘You don’t treat girls like that. Leave her alone, you turds,’ he snapped angrily.

‘You don’t treat girls like that!’ While performing at Perth’s HBF Park Stadium, Elton yelled at a pair of security guards who were trying to remove a woman from the venue

Fans praised Elton on Twitter as a ‘legend’ for coming to the defence of the woman.

‘We all applauded Elton [for] calling out overly aggressive behaviour by two men towards a female,’ one concertgoer wrote.

But some people didn’t approve of his bad language, with one tweeting: ‘Not good enough really for someone of his standing. There has to be a line drawn somewhere.’

It’s unclear why the woman was being removed from the venue. 

Support: Fans praised Elton on Twitter as a ‘legend’ for coming to the defence of the woman

Not good enough: But some concertgoers didn’t approve of his bad language, with one tweeting: ‘Not good enough really for someone of his standing. There has to be a line drawn’

Not his first rodeo: In March last year, Elton swore at a fan who had touched him while he was performing in Las Vegas and later stormed off. Pictured on Sunday, July 14 in London

It’s not the first time the flamboyant performer has sworn on stage. 

In March last year, Elton swore at a fan who had touched him while he was performing in Las Vegas and later stormed off.

And in 2015, he compared security at Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester, England to Adolf Hitler due to their aggressive crowd management. 

Elton John’s final Australian tour 

  • November 30, HBF Park, Perth, WA
  • December 1, HBF Park, Perth, WA
  • December 4, Botanic Park, Adelaide, SA
  • December 5, Botanic Park, Adelaide, SA
  • December 7, Mt Dundee Estate, Waurn Ponds, VIC 
  • December 10,  Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
  • December 11, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
  • December 14, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
  • December 15, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC  
  • December 18, Brisbane Entertainment Centre, QLD
  • December 19, Brisbane Entertainment Centre, QLD
  • December 21, First State Super Theatre at ICC Sydney, NSW
  • December 23, First State Super Theatre at ICC Sydney, NSW 
  • January 7, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
  • January 9, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
  • January 11, Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, NSW
  • January 12, Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, NSW 
  • January 14, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW    
  • January 16, Brisbane Entertainment Centre, QLD 
  • January 18, Sirromet Winery, Mount Cotton, QLD 
  • January 22, Carrington Park, Bathurst, NSW 
  • January 25, Hanging Rock Reserve, Macedon Ranges, VIC
  • January 26, Hanging Rock Reserve, Macedon Ranges, VIC
  • January 29, All Saints Estate, Wahgunyah, VIC
  • January 31, Rochford Wines, Coldstream, VIC
  • February 1, Rochford Wines, Coldstream, VIC
  • February 22, AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC
  • February 25, C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour, NSW
  • February 26, C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour, NSW 
  • February 29, North Queensland Stadium, Townsville, QLD 
  • March 3, Sunshine Coast Stadium, Queensland, QLD
  • March 4, Sunshine Coast Stadium, Queensland, QLD 
  • March 7, Bankwest Stadium, Sydney, NSW

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