danzig, Glenn Danzig throws fan in headlock for attempting to photograph him…

Glenn Danzig has a strict ‘no photos, no videos’ policy at his live shows and he is willing to go to any length to enforce those rules.

TMZ has posted video of the frontman putting a man in a headlock who allegedly was trying to take photos and video of Danzig and his bandmates
while outside of their tour bus.

The video shows two clips, the first being a vid of Danzig taking a fan’s phone during their concert in Pomona, Calif., on July 11.

Apparently, the band makes it clear that they enforce a ‘no photos’ policy during their concerts with one concertgoer ignoring the rule.
The second involves the lead singer and that same fan, who’s name is Navid Farsi, by the group’s tour bus. According to TMZ, Farsi tried to get
on the band’s tour bus with his camera and Danzig stopped Farsi by putting him in a headlock.

The video gets pretty shaky and blurry, but before that you see and hear Farsi ask Danzig “You don’t like being photographed?” to which the frontman
says “Hell, no.”

Then the headlock happens.

Someone is then heard off camera asking “What happened?” to which Danzig replies “This guy was being an a–hole.”

This isn’t the first time Farsi has gotten in deliberate trouble to get attention. Back in May, he was arrested for caking powdered sugar at
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine.

According to TMZ, Farsi was not arrested after this altercation.

Click below to see the video…

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