The Marilyn Manson controversy trains keeps a rollin'...The latest politicos to
wag their fingers at the shock rockers are municipal officials in Anchorage,
Alaska, who passed a resolution warning the band to keep it clean when they
play the city on March 4.
The resolution, which stipulates that the band's
promoter be notified about the city's obscenity laws prior to the performance,
came at an Anchorage Assembly meeting on Tuesday night (Feb. 11), according to
Reuters. Following the meeting, the Assembly member who called for the
resolution, Cheryl Clementson, said, "There won't be any eating little animals
on the stage, or oral sex, or anything else that they have claimed to do."
As further proof of their seriousness about sending a warning to Manson,
Clementson and local church leaders have also reportedly urged parents to buy
tickets to the show and then destroy them, so the town's teenagers won't be
able to attend. "We do have some standards," said Clementson. "They're not a
lot, but we do have them. All I know is that there's four kids who aren't
going, because I've got their tickets."