LIMP BIZKIT's Durst Gets Pied: The Photographic Evidence!

Congratulations are in order for Oregon native Richard Petrillo, who hit LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst in the back of the head with a coconut cream pie on January 13th in Clackamas, Oregon (to view photographic evidence of this glorious occasion, click here). According to reports, LIMP BIZKIT were returning from lunch to the Guitar Center where they were holding the tryouts for their new guitarist when the 18-year-old ran past a line of autograph-seeking fans and slammed the vocalist with the pie. Two of LIMP BIZKIT's bodyguards helped detain the youth while sheriff's deputies assigned to the event handcuffed him, a spokesperson for the Clackamas Sheriff's Office said. Then Durst signed Petrillo's forehead and drew and "X" on his cheek with a magic marker. Petrillo was taken to the police station and placed in a cell for under an hour before being charged with disorderly conduct and five counts of harassment.


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