7 of the wildest performances ever including Ozzy Osborne & Marilyn Manson after Brass Against's Sophia Urista PEED

BRASS Against's Sophia Urista shocked fans when she was captured on video pulling down her pants and peeing on a fan's face during a concert in Florida.

While the singer's stunt went viral and left many disgusted, rock stars have long used shock-value on stage to up their personas.

From Ozzy's infamous bat bite to Manson's Nazi flag bit, rock fans are no strangers to unexpected stage stunts.

Here we have compiled a list of seven of the wildest performances in recent history.

OZZY OSBOURNE

Ozzy Osbourne's stunt with a bat may be one of the most famous in the history of rock, and that's saying something.

The Prince of Darkness was performing in Des Moines, Iowa, during his 1982 solo tour when a fan threw a bat on stage.

Ozzy picked it up and bit its head off before throwing it back to the audience.

“I thought it was one of those rubber bats. I picked it up and it was a real bat, you know?' Ozzy later said.

The rock star has also said he was taken to the hospital immediately after the show to receive rabies shots.

While Ozzy claimed the bat was alive until "he bit the head off," the man who threw the bat onstage, Mark Neal, told The Des Moines Register the animal had actually been dead for weeks.

MARILYN MANSON

Manson is known for his shocking stage stunts during performances.

But one of his most grotesque ones may be one involving an iron, a Nazi flag and an abortion.

In one of his early concerts in the 90s, the singer featured an actress ironing the wrinkles out of a Nazi flag on stage while he performed.

JIM MORRISON

The Door's lead singer liked to push the boundaries and had a history of testing authority.

He got arrested in 1969 after exposing himself to fans during a concert in Miami.

Rolling Stone reported at the time: "The outraged aftermath became the object of six arrest warrants, including one for a felony charge of 'Lewd and lascivious behavior in public by exposing his private parts'."

ALICE COOPER

Alice Cooper's concerts were a place where fans could expect to see some crazy stuff.

One of the rockstar's most famous stunts involved a working guillotine that became a major part of his show.

According to Forbes, "Most of the time, the concerts have ended with the character of Alice being decapitated by a guillotine."

"The lyrics are the script. If you say, 'Welcome to my Nightmare,' give the audience a nightmare. Make it come alive," Cooper told Forbes.

JIMMY HENDRIX

Hendrix had many iconic performances during his short life.

However, his show at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 is probably one of the most memorable.

That's because Hendrix's guitar was on fire – literally.

In the middle of his performance, Hendrix poured lighter fluid all over his guitar and set it on fire.

Hendrix was so committed to the stunt that he reportedly suffered burns in his hands.

IGGY POP

Iggy Pop is another rocker known for his taste for shock-value.

In 1973, while promoting the Stooge's Raw Power album in Kansas City, Iggy was crowd-surfing when a chair slipped from underneath him, causing a table of glasses to shatter against the floor.

Rolling Stone reported: "Iggy landed atop them and emerged sliced and stabbed, but kept performing."

The debate on whether the injuries were accidental or self-inflicted are now part of the Iggy Pop myth.

GG ALLIN

Perhaps GG Allin is the most shocking of this list, given that he was known to defecate on stage during his performances as part of the Punk scene of the 80s.

The Murder Junkies' lead singer had a habit of going to the bathroom on stage and then throwing his feces at fans in the audience.

He was so known for this that his family had to lock his headstone away because fans kept visiting it to defecate on it, as reported by the Daily Beast.

Allin died in 1993 at 36 years old from a heroin overdose.

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