Robbie Williams embarrassingly breaks fan’s arm after falling off stage mid-concert
Margaret Nash spent the night in hospital after feeling the weight of the singer
Robbie Williams embarrassingly broke a fan’s arm after he fell off the stage during his Newcastle show last week (scroll to watch the video).
A video shows him seemingly high-fiving a section of the audience before toppling onto them. Margaret Nash, 52, missed the rest of the show and spent the night in hospital.
She was treated by on-site medics and was later taken to a local hospital.
The show must go on, as they say, and the singer carried on with his song, adding, “That went well.”
Williams – who is known for his exuberant and lively performances (perhaps this is a sign that he should bring them to an end, finally) – has allegedly not apologised for the incident. A spokesperson for the former Take That singer could not be reached.
“You fell on my mam and she’s been in hospital with a broken arm,” said Nash’s daughter, Katie, on Twitter.
“You never even said sorry.”
However, Metro Radio Arena general manager Paul Tattenden said Williams’s production company had approached Margaret over the incident.
“We attended to the lady after she said she had pain in her arm,” said Tattenden.
“We were later told she had broken it. We got in touch with Robbie’s production company and they have been in touch with the lady.”
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