Singer Stops Concert To Call Out Man For Groping Woman Who Was Crowd Surfing: 'It's Not Your F***ing Body'

 "It is f***ing disgusting and there is no place for that s***."

By Gina Tron

The lead singer of a British metalcore band stopped his show in the Netherlands Friday to call out a concertgoer for groping a woman who was crowd surfing.

"I’ve been going over in my fucking mind whether I should say something about what I saw in that last song,” Sam Carter (pictured, center) of the Architects said as he signaled for the band to stop playing music. Carter didn’t identify the man whom he said he watched grab a woman’s breast. However, he did condemn his actions, BuzzFeed reports.

"I saw a girl, a woman, crowd surfing over here, and I'm not going to f***ing point the piece of s*** out who did it, but I saw you f***ing grab at her boob," he said. "It is f***ing disgusting and there is no place for that s***."

The audience cheered as Carter went on to tell the man that it’s not his body.

Carter tweeted a video of his reaction to the groping incident and also stated, “There's no room for this at any kind of show."

People on Twitter applauded Carter’s response.

[Photo: Getty Images]

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