I saw him back in the mid-nineties I think It was a great show but he spent so much time being crude to women in the audience it was starting to bug even the guys. It wasn't crude in a humorous kind of way and it went way beyond "I'm just flaunting my rock star image." It was just rude, crude and I'm sure if one of the pissed off boyfriends in the front rows had went up on stage and pounded him, the security boys might just have let them 'accidentally' slip right on by as even they did not seem amused. Neither would I be amused if I was doing security at a show where the artist was inciting a riot.
With great power comes Awesome irresponsibility.