If you're going to see a Guns N' Roses show, it's probably best not to wear anything referencing the old lineup, especially if it's a shirt with Slash on the front. During a mid-2000's performance, Axl Rose spotted an audience member donning an offending t-shirt and mid-performance he had security toss the guy, but not before requesting his shirt. Apparently time hasn't soothed tensions, as earlier in 2012 in London a fan was asked by security to discard his Slash shirt or be turned away from the show. The man sat shirtless wearing his brother's jumper in order to still watch the show.