as a performer i hate bottling. as a nerd i love that there is a history of bottling wiki page! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_bottling_incidents_by_year …
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- Metallic K.O. is an infamous live recording by The Stooges. During much of the performance, Iggy Pop sings while pieces of ice, eggs, beer bottles and jelly beans, among other things, are thrown at him in response to his audience-baiting. In the essay "Iggy Pop: Blowtorch in Bondage" critic Lester Bangs calls the album a "documentation of the Iggy holocaust at its most nihilistically out of control." He describes the Stooges concert he attended that immediately preceded the Metallic K.O. performances:
audience, which consisted largely of bikers, was unusually hostile, and
Iggy, as usual, fed on that hostility, soaked it up and gave it back and
absorbed it all over again in an eerie, frightening symbiosis. "All
right," he finally said, stopping a song in the middle, "you assholes
wanta hear 'Louie, Louie,' we'll give you 'Louie, Louie.'" So the
Stooges played a forty-five-minute version of "Louie Louie," including
new lyrics improvised by the Pop on the spot consisting of "You can suck
my ass / You biker faggot sissies," etc.
By now the hatred in the room is one huge livid wave, and Iggy
singles out one heckler who has been particularly abusive: "Listen,
asshole, you heckle me one more time and I'm gonna come down there and
kick your ass." "Fuck you, you little punk," responds the biker. So Iggy
jumps off the stage, runs through the middle of the crowd, and the guy
beats the shit out of him, ending the evening's musical festivities by
sending the lead singer back to his motel room and a doctor. I walk into
the dressing room, where I encounter the manager of the club offering
to punch out anybody in the band who will take him on. The next day the
bike gang, who call themselves the Scorpions, will phone WABX-FM and
promise to kill Iggy and the Stooges if they play the Michigan Palace on
Thursday night. They do (play, that is), and nobody gets killed, but Metallic K.O. is the only rock album I know where you can actually hear hurled beer bottles breaking against guitar strings.
- At a Jethro Tull concert in Madison Square Garden on October 12, 1979, a fan threw a rose onstage, and it hit Ian Anderson, wounding his eye with a thorn. The band was forced to cancel the next two shows while Anderson recovered. He appeared at subsequent concert dates wearing protective goggles.
- After appearing on stage an hour late Guns and Roses was bottled in Dublin.
- In August 2010, Tila Tequila was bottled off stage at the Gathering of the Juggalos. She vowed to take legal action against the organizers and promoters for the event.
- Scottish rock band Glasvegas was bottled at the V Festival in August 2011. They ended their set after four songs, then attempted to restart, but left again after the audience continued to throw objects at them.
- A bottle of Urine was thrown at Cher Lloyd during her second song at the V Festival in August 2012. She fled the stage to compose herself. Despite Cher's management advised her to halt the gig for her safety she decided to return and resume her performance. When she returned she told the crowd "It's hard enough being up here, but it's not nice having bottles of piss chucked at you." But ultimately had to end her set early after more bottles were thrown.
- Black Veil Brides suffered bottling abuse from metal fans at June 2012's Download Festival. The lead singer, Andy Biersack, responded to this by "mooning" the crowd. On the Download 2012 Sky Arts highlights, Biersack can clearly be seen in the Black Veil Brides video narrowly avoiding a launched bottle during "Fallen Angels"
- Red Hot Chili Peppers front-man Anthony Kiedis was struck with a bottle during the band's performance of Can't Stop in Dallas, Texas. 
- A bottle was thrown at and hit Jeff Mills on the head during a live set at Atlantico, Rome on April 24, 2013