Well, there’s a headline we don’t get to write everyday. At Blink-182’s recent performance in Darien Center, N.Y., three people were arrested and seven more ticketed by police. One of the arrested is even being accused of biting a security guard.

Blink-182 have been headlining a massive summer tour with A Day to Remember, All-American Rejects and All Time Low. Blink are playing huge venues, but that doesn’t mean every fan could get a ticket. 23-year-old Brandon Robinson was charged with harassment, criminal trespass and resisting arrest after jumping a fence to get into the concert. Robinson was taken to jail and is being held on $1,500 bail.

Another fan, Jonathan Keough, was also arrested for trespassing. According to WKBW, deputies asked Keough multiple times to leave the venue, but the man refused. He was arraigned and is being held on $250 bail.

And here’s the big winner of the night! 26-year-old Nicholas Pascucci was charged with harassment for apparently biting a security guard. For the alleged chomping, Pascucci is being held on $250 bail.

As for the seven Blink fans who were ticketed by cops, the infractions include marijuana possession, trespassing and second-degree harassment for striking another person. For the full list of Blink-182 tour dates, click here.

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