AC/DC Fans Warned To Go Easy On Alcohol

According to, rock fans heading to see AC/DC in concert in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday (February 13) have been warned to monitor their alcohol consumption as police launch a crackdown on anti-social behaviour.

The tough stance follows problems with people arriving at Thursday's concert at Etihad Stadium already drunk and behaving in an anti-social manner.

Anyone found to be drunk or behaving in an anti-social manner will be removed from the venue and hit with a AUD$234 (approximately USD$208) on-the-spot fine.

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A video report from Australia's ABC News on AC/DC's first concert in Melbourne can be viewed below.


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