Onlookers Reportedly SANG As Shannon Noll Was Knocked Down
Revellers sang Shannon Noll's hit song What About Me as the singer was knocked to the ground outside an Adelaide strip club, a witness says.
Noll was arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning outside the Crazy Horse Revue on Hindley Street in Adelaide's CBD.
The 41-year-old was reportedly removed from the club by security guards and later charged with two counts of assault.
Alastair Longmuir was outside the club, where his friend worked, when he saw the commotion about 2.30am and recognised Noll.
"He was yelling and screaming and being really aggressive," the 19-year-old told AAP.
"He was saying, 'I'm Shannon Noll. Let me back into the Crazy Horse'."
At some stage the alleged assault occurred and Mr Longmuir said it was at that point Noll was swiftly taken to the ground by guards.
Hindley Street revellers who saw the incident started singing Noll's best-known hit.
"As he was thrown to the ground these strangers started singing What About Me to him," Mr Longmuir said.
Noll is scheduled to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on February 24, the day before performing at a concert on Queensland's Bribie Island.
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