Miranda Lambert doesn't tolerate beach balls being thrown on stage at her concerts. She made this very clear at the first stop on her Keeper of the Flame tour in Indianapolis.
Right before she started to sing the touching "House That Built Me," Miranda picked up a ball that had been thrown on stage and showed the fans just what she thought of the gesture.
"I'm sorry, very sorry for whoever's ball this is, but it's gonna die now," she said. And die it did, with the help of a gift from best friend Ashley Monroe. Lambert's necklace also moonlighted as a pocket knife, and was used to stab and rip the hell out of the beach ball before throwing it to its final resting place at the back of the stage.
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Once the beach ball was taken care of, Lambert continued on with the show without pause. As the crowd roared the music began for "House That Built Me."
The person who brought the beach ball surely learned a valuable lesson - don't mess with Miranda.