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Zac Hanson yells at drunk fan

Zac Hanson yells at drunk fan

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Zac Hanson chastised a rowdy fan at a Hanson gig on Wednesday after she shouted out sexual comments during an emotional ballad.

The youngest Hanson brother was singing solo during the siblings’ concert in Richmond, Virginia when the woman began yelling suggestively.

In video footage of the incident, which has been uploaded to YouTube.com, Zac halts the track after becoming visibly annoyed onstage.

He says, “Seriously? I’m singing this beautiful song about a little girl and this drunk b**ch is saying, ‘I wanna lick your…’ You can go home.”

Jump ahead to 1:30 to see the interruption.

The rest of the crowd whooped and cheered their support, and he added, “I’m going to start that verse over again so the rest of us can enjoy it.”

It is not known if the intoxicated fan was escorted out of the venue or if she simply kept her mouth shut for the rest of the gig.

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