A Texas singer was performing a show in Irving last Friday when he suddenly found himself being touched on by an unruly fan.
Clayton Gardner, who had only been on stage at the Texican Court in Las Colinas for about 15 minutes when he was approached by a woman, who asked if he could sing a song by Lee Ann Womack.
Gardner then asked the woman if she could have made the request within the recommended social distancing guidelines.
The comment seemingly angered the woman, who inched closer to him.
“Are you for real right now?” he asked the woman. “Please get away from me.”
Seemingly outraged by his behavior, the woman grabbed the red bandana around his neck and pulled herself closer, seemingly coughing on him in the process.
Gardner, who has a daughter at home and did not want to get her sick, was rather upset by the woman’s behavior.
“I was honestly shocked and pretty defenseless sitting there holding my guitar,” he wrote in a post accompanying the video. “The audience was equally as shocked. I’m outraged by her behavior and the behavior of many others in our world today. I would much rather be at home but unfortunately I have to play some gigs to pay my bills, just like the rest of you.”
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