People: Mar. 23, 1998


It's 1998, but Britain apparently hasn't stopped sending its delinquents Down Under. While on tour in Australia, Oasis' lead mouthpiece, LIAM GALLAGHER, allegedly head-butted and broke the nose of a fan who tried to snap his picture. The singer was released on bail, just in time to hit an all-time low in Brisbane, bickering onstage with the rest of the band and, worse, inflicting his whingeing vocals on the audience. To round off Gallagher's stellar week, Cathay Pacific Airways barred the rock group from its flights. A spokeswoman claims that Gallagher threatened to stab one of the airline's pilots...

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