More gig controversy for Puddle of Mudd after drink and drugs meltdown at Doncaster venue

Wes Scantlin swigs a bottle of Southern Comfort on stage at Diamond Live Lounge. (Photo: Robin Burns).

Wes Scantlin swigs a bottle of Southern Comfort on stage at Diamond Live Lounge. (Photo: Robin Burns).

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Troubled Puddle of Mudd frontman, Wes Scantlin, angered fans at yet another concert last night, following a drink and drugs meltdown at a Doncaster venue earlier this week.

Fans who watched Puddle of Mudd at the Gloucester Guildhall last night say they were left disappointed by the band's shambolic performance.

Commenting on the Guildhall's Facebook page, Amy Evans said: "Last nights performance was distressing to say the least, how it was decided Wes was fit to play ill (sic) never know but its (sic) a good job his band held it together somehow."

Hannah Dorman continued: "What a disappointment Puddle of Mudd were tonight.

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"I'll save my money next time. Kudos to the rest of the band who somehow managed to carry the wasted lead singer through the set...just!

"Fantastic venue, and great staff as always, just let down by a singer who couldn't seem to give a sh*t."

This comes after Tuesday's sold-out concert at The Diamond Live Lounge in Wood Street, when Wes slurred his way through songs as he swigged a bottle of spirits on stage and boasted to fans about being high on crack cocaine.

The singer, who has been arrested numerous times during a turbulent career, was booed and sworn at by angry fans at the Wood Street venue as the sold-out gig descended into farce.

Despite claims Wes is not 'fit' enough to continue with the tour, the band are set to play in Edinburgh tonight, before continuing on to Plymouth tomorrow and London on Sunday.