Rock legend Bruce Springsteen overran his set last night at the Glastonbury Festival by a few minutes. But it cost organiser Michael Eavis a whopping £3,000 fine for violation of local by-laws.
Unperturbed, Mr Eavis vowed to pay the fine, saying that the Asbury Park, New Jersey born American rock legend played one of the finest sets ever seen at the festival, along with his E Street Band.
Springsteen kicked off his set with a tribute to deceased Brit rock legend Joe Strummer, of the Clash, and continued for a staggering 2 hours and 40 minutes. Not bad at all for a 58 year-old.
Festival organiser Eavis told us:
"It went on for a long time, but it was a pleasure to watch. The Boss plays great, thought provoking music which entertains the masses. Unlike that twat Skoob, who writes for satirical website www.theSpoof.com who just talks absolute bollocks the whole time. And who isn't even remotely funny."
Spoof writer, Skoob1999 was said to be upset and hurt by the remark. So much so that he's going to drown his sorrows with a pint or two of Belgium's finest.
More Boss related bollocks as we get it.