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Keane Singer Had Bizarre Urge To Kill U2's Bono

Tuesday, 30 May 2006 Written by Stereoboard.com
ImageKeane singer Tom Chaplin has made the astonishing revelation of his momentary urge to knife U2's Bono to death.

The strange thoughts came to Chaplin while backstage supporting U2 on the bands American leg of the Vertigo tour in 2005. He noticed some kitchen knives lying around, and the bizarre thought just popped into his head!

Chaplin told Q Magazine: "The thought just came to me, 'I'll kill Bono.' Like when a Tube train's approaching and you get the urge to jump."





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