THE CULT singer Ian Astbury jumped into the crowd during the band's concert Tuesday (July 19) to break up a scuffle between fans. According to TMZ, the incident occurred as THE CULT was performing the song "Rain" at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. The disagreement stemmed from the fact that a tall man in the front was blocking the view of the person behind him, resulting an altercation between the two. In video of the incident, which was uploaded on the Creative Underground YouTube channel, Ian can be seen coming down from the stage and breaking up the fight before hugging it out with the man who was allegedly put in the chokehold. Ian then returned to the stage and admonished the aggressor, saying: "Brother, never ever put a chokehold on somebody. It's not fucking cool… Stop crying. It's a fucking rock show. You don't like it? Go stand at the back. You're tall. You're bigger than everybody. You're standing at the front of a rock show. What do you think?"