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UPDATE: Chris Henderson has issued a statement to E! News, "You see people fight in the crowd all the time. In the past Brad has said for people to calm down and love each other but this was ultra aggressive in our eyes. It was so aggressive that he stopped the show for the first time in 15 years to address it head on with the guy." 

The band 3 Doors Down apparently came to one woman's rescue during their recent concert in Bloomfield, Color. 

Per a tweet by lead guitar player Chris Henderson, frontman Brad Arnold kicked a concertgoer out of the venue after he witnessed the man allegedly hit a woman in the audience. 

Henderson also posted video in addition to his tweet with the caption, "Brad telling someone to not hit a woman! Just another reason I'm proud to be in this band!!"

In the clip (which is NSFW), the band's performance comes to a screeching halt before Arnold yells at the man and calls him out in front of the entire audience. "Hang on, hang on—hey. Whoa, whoa, whoa" he can be heard saying as he abruptly stops mid-song. "You don't hit a woman. You just pushed a woman to get in a fight, you d--k. Get him the hell out of here…you don't hit a woman dude

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The crowd quickly erupted in cheers before the band finished their performance, with the rest of the show seemingly doing down without a hitch. 

Arnold, meanwhile, has yet to open up about the incident and there's no mention of the concert on his personal Twitter page. 

Following last night's performance in Tulsa, 3 Doors Down will next be seen on Saturday in Hot Springs, Ark. followed by a concert in New Orleans on Sunday. 

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