U2, Mexico City Looking Into Security Incident

December 4 [10:00 EDT] -- Mexico City police and the U2 camp are both sorting out what happened in an incident after the band's show Tuesday night that allegedly left a U2 security guard with five stitches.

In a statement released by the band on Wednesday, the U2 camp claims that a member of U2's security staff was struck with a gun by a state security officer. The U2 camp says that their security guard was then taken to the hospital with head injuries, and was released after receiving five stitches.

According to the statement, the band's manager, Paul McGuinness, then met with Mexico City's district attorney and was told that the city is investigating the matter.