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Who's randy? Luke Pritchard
The Kooks frontman Luke Pritchard was reportedly thrown out of The Who's concert after he was straddled by his girlfriend.
The indie rocker was sat in the stalls at London's Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday night (30.03.10) as the legendary band performed their 'Quadrophenia' rock opera in full for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity.
Luke and his partner started kissing during the performance as things got hotter, some fans weren't happy with the pair.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Luke and his girlfriend looked hammered as the gig started and were all over each other. They were clearly in the mood and one thing led to another. She ended up sitting on top of him.
"A few people nearby tapped him on the shoulder and told him to settle it down a bit, but the pair were in their own little world. Then a steward came over, pulled him by the shoulder and they were shown the door."
Luke, 25, recently revealed The Kooks are planning a sober comeback this summer when they play at the opening of the new Mallorca Rocks hotel in Magaluf, Spain.
He said: "We've got to try and curb it a bit because I'm getting older and the hangovers get worse.
"We've done the Ibiza one twice and it's good fun. You go on late, amps blow up - loads of decadent, unimaginably crazy behaviour. I hope Mallorca will be like that."Posted on 1 Apr 2010 10:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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