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Red Hot Chili Peppers Frontman Anthony Kiedis Fights Rolling Stones Security - Watch Now!

Monday, 24 June 2013 Written by Elliott Batte

Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis knows anything can happen in One Hot Minute, but he couldn't have predicted getting in a Hump de Bump with hotel security at a Four Seasons hotel in Pennsylvania last weekend.

The star was staying in the hotel, and had left earlier in the day only to be refused entry when he returned later. It turns out that fellow rockers The Rolling Stones were also staying at the hotel, and extra security had been brought in to make sure Mick Jagger and co. got out swiftly.

The guard didn’t seem to realise he was messing with a Red Hot Chili Pepper - though as soon as the crowd realised what was going on, he was swiftly reminded, with cries of ‘he’s the lead singer of the Chilis, man!’ ringing loud as they duked it out.

The whole incident was, as with everything that happens in the universe these days, caught on video by TMZ - you can watch it below. And, despite having to take on their security to get into his own hotel room, Kiedis still got in touch with TMZ to simply state ‘I love the Rolling Stones!’

You can check out the crazy footage below - watch it and leave us a comment in the box underneath!





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