Man apprehended by security for allegedly masturbating at BLACKPINK concert

Man apprehended by security for allegedly masturbating at BLACKPINK concert

November 18, 2022
An audience member was apprehended by security for allegedly masturbating at a BLACKPINK concert.
The man was believed to be masturbating at the K-pop group’s concert in Newark, New Jersey, on either Nov. 14 or Nov. 15. A social media user took to Twitter to share the incident that led to the male audience’s apprehension. 
“This guy was caught [masturbating]/touching inappropriately right next to our section and was quickly caught and arrested,” the user tweeted. “We were telling the security about it/described his outfits etc, and immediately three bodyguards starts looking up for him and saw him leaving, but thank god, they managed to catch him.”
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It is not clear whether the man was arrested; however, the man can be seen being escorted out of the venue by security in a separate video.
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“Fortunately me and people around me didn’t see it ourselves, cuz it was like 2 rows behind us (VIP2 I guess), we were just helping to inform the security about him since we were VIP1 and had an easy access to the security,” the Twitter user stated
Social media users were appalled at the incident and expressed their disgusts on Twitter.
“This is so disgusting! Thank you for quickly informing the security btw!” one user wrote.
“Bought the tickets just to do that inside the concert hall? What a pervert,” another user commented.
BLACKPINK is currently on their 2022 North American “Born Pink” tour. The K-pop group will be heading to Los Angeles for a concert at the Banc of California Stadium on Nov. 19. 
Recently, BLACKPINK’s song “Lovesick Girls” was featured in an episode of “The Simpsons.”
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      Michelle De Pacina

      Michelle De Pacina is a New York-based Reporter for NextShark




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