Auf einem Punk-Konzert den rechten Arm heben und rassistische Parolen brüllen, wie bei einem Auftritt der Street Dogs in Anaheim, Kalifornien passiert, sollte man sein lassen. Möglicherweise springt der Gitarrist der Band von der Bühne und bittet einen freundlichst, den Saal zu verlassen – oder so ähnlich.
Das Statement von Street Dogs-Sänger Mike McColgan:
At this time I would like to officially address what happened in Anaheim. Last night at our show in Anaheim at the House Of Blues while we were playing our song Final Transmission for a dear departed fan and friend of ours USMC Jordan Stanton we noticed a group of Neo nazis rough housing and intimidating our fans and throwing up sieg heil salutes in the air. Their very presence, their hateful,bigoted and ignorant ideology is odious to us and completely unacceptable. We with fans, friends and the assistance of security removed them from the crowd and in the process of mitigating them out some of us sustained superficial injuries. We can attribute those injuries only being superficial in nature to the House Of Blues and their exceptional staff, our fans and our friends. After they were removed we continued with our show and finished the show without incident. In closing we submit this no neo nazis are allowed at our shows. We have always believed in equality and that all people are created equal. We will not suffer or tolerate bigotry in any manifestation. PERIOD!!!!
Eine klare Ansage.