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During the Motley Crue Rock Stan Smith Low top shoes “Crüesing Through Canada Tour ’82”, there were several widely publicized incidents. First, the band was arrested and then released at Edmonton International Airport for wearing their spiked stage wardrobe (considered “dangerous weapons”) through customs, and for Neil arriving with a small carry-on filled with porn magazines (considered “indecent material”); both were staged PR stunts. Customs eventually had the confiscated items destroyed. Second, while playing Scandals Disco in Edmonton, a spurious “bomb threat” against the band made the front page of the Edmonton Journal on June 9, 1982; Lee and assistant band manager Greif were interviewed by police as a result. This too ended up being a staged PR stunt perpetrated by Greif.
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