Zac Hanson stops solo for "drunk bitch" in Richmond

Hanson played in Richmond, Virginia last night during a stop on their ANTHEM World Tour. They pulled songs from 1994 to 2013 keeping both new and old fans happy--except for a drunk "fan" that he suggested leave the show!

Zac chose to perform an extremely stripped down version of a ballad from their 2004 album, Underneath, called "Lulabelle." In Zac's words, it's a "beautiful song about a little girl," and every time it's performed, fans typically remain close to silent as they listen to it. Instead, there were multiple crowd members who kept yelling out and screaming, including the girl who yelled, "I want to lick your taint!"

Zac stopped the solo, "Seriously? I'm singing this beautiful song about a little girl and this drunk bitch is screaming... You can go home! I'm going to start that verse over so the rest of us can enjoy it."

This isn't the first time Hanson have asked crowd members to leave, though usually Isaac Hanson is the brother who asks rude concert goers to remove themselves.

He stops the solo at 1:36.

Source: My camera.

I don't blame him for stopping one bit. Zac hates solos in the first place so I can't even imagine how awful it is to be harassed during one. Every one loved him for calling her out.