Jim Morrison and the law did not get along. In December 1967, the Doors' front man was arrested during a New Haven concert for public obscenity. Nine months later, in August 1968, he was detained for disorderly conduct on an airplane. But his most famous arrest came in March of 1969, when he allegedly exposed himself and simulated sex acts during a Miami concert. However, no eyewitnesses came forward, and concert footage failed to show anything definitive. Charges against the controversial rock star were dropped, although the public backlash made it difficult for the band to perform live for a while. In 1971, the hard-drinking, drug-using Morrison died of a heart attack in Paris.