Despite a ban from police, Madonna still took to the stage wielding firearms during her gig in Scotland last night.
The Queen of Pop ignored warnings from officials as she waved her pistol and AK47 rifle during a performance in Murrayfield, a mere 36 hours after the cinema massacre at 'The Dark Night Rises' premiere in Denver.
The American shooting, which led to at least 12 deaths and many more injuries, didn't seem to dampen Madge's spirits as she hit out at red-tape rules during her rehearsal.
As the singer practiced several numbers, she apologised to her eager fans saying, “I’m just running through some songs early. It’s great to be here in Scotland. If it were up to me I’d do a three-hour set."
But the star did not hide her annoyance, adding, “Due to your laws here they might pull the plug on me so if they cut us off suddenly, write to your local MP.”
However, it seems many people are disappointed with her actions, with a spokesman for Mothers Against Guns telling DailyRecord.co.uk, “Madonna and her dancers using replica guns was always in bad taste but given what happened in Colorado it is even worse. She should know better.”
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