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Alan Jackson Narrowly Avoids Flying Beer Can Thrown by Drunk Fan



Country star Alan Jackson narrowly dodged a flying beer can thrown by a concertgoer during his recent Honky Tonk Highway Tour stop at the Cajundome in Lafayette, La.

A fan in the audience caught the incident on camera and shared her video on YouTube. In the clip above, you can see that Jackson had just finished playing his hit "Don't Rock the Jukebox" and was signing autographs when someone hurled a beer onstage, narrowly missing the singer.

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Jackson is no greenhorn, though. He's one of the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame. At this point, he's been playing live shows for almost 30 years, so Jackson is probably used to the unexpected by now. He simply dodged the beer, looked to see what was thrown and then and shook his head. It was a much different reaction than that of Luke Bryan, who opted to take a dance break after he was hit with a beer can while onstage.

Come on, folks. Alan Jackson didn't deserve that and concert beers aren't cheap. Let's all be a little more respectful and enjoy the show or keep your cantankerous selves at home.

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