Outrage Over Morrissey’s Obscene Queen Photo

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June 9, 2014 | 11:22am EST

Rocker Morrissey has been branded “disgraceful” and a “vile creep” for performing a concert in front of a mocked-up image of Queen Elizabeth II making an obscene gesture.
The former The Smiths frontman took to the stage in Boston, Massachusetts on Saturday and sang a rendition of his anti-royalty track The Queen Is Dead in front of a backdrop featuring a fake image of the monarch flipping the middle finger of both hands.
The singer is an outspoken anti-monarchist but his latest stunt has outraged royal watchers, who have slammed it as “disgusting”.
Thomas Mace Archer Mills, chairman of the British Monarchist Society, tells WENN, “Unfortunately this is not shocking at all from Morrissey. It is absolutely just degrading of not just Her Majesty but the country as a whole.
“I think his actions, not just in this one instance but in his numerous breaches of protocol and the blatant, out-and-out disrespectful manner in which he has treated the royal family, are disgusting.
“This woman is 88 years old and has led the nation through the toughest time, and this behavior (from Morrissey) is just disgraceful. He is absolutely just a vile creep. His actions are in no way in keeping with what it means to be British.”

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