President of Sri Lankan “Maithripala Sirisena” strongly censured yesterday the “Incivilised behaviour” of fans amid an as of late held live concert by Latin American pop icon Enrique Iglesias here, Colombo saying it had a negative impact on local culture and tradition.

Talking at an occasion in Ampara, the President noticed that the December twentieth (2015) show saw a few young ladies evacuating their underpants and tossing it towards the artist while one young lady got in front of an audience and kissed him.

The President noticed his disappointment at alcohol being served allowed to the individuals who bought the most costly tickets.

“This is most savage conduct that conflicts with our way of life,” the president said. A youthful Enrique fan had tossed her bra at the star while another youthful female fan hurried to the stage to be kissed by him. “These are not things we can be glad about. More youthful era going into such insane acts obliterating our way of life,” Sirisena said.

The December 20 show was sorted out by an occasion administration organization banded together by two of Sri Lanka’s veteran cricketers Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardena. Sirisena offered Sangakkara the post of Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to Britain, the day cricketing symbol resigned from the test cricket in August.

Fans had paid costs running from 5,000 to 50,000 Sri Lankan rupees ($350) to witness a live one-hour execution by Enrique at a rugby stadium in Colombo, “Love and Sex”, which was a piece of the pop star’s reality visit.

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