Image Courtesy of The WhoA pot-smoking Who fan almost brought the band’s concert this week at New York’s Nassau Coliseum to a halt when Roger Daltrey complained that the smoke was affecting his voice. Newsday reports that several songs into the show, Daltrey threatened to walk off the stage if the offending audience member didn’t stop smoking.

In fan-filmed video of the event posted online, the frontman is heard saying, “If you don’t put it down, then I’m telling you now, the show will be over. It’s your choice. I’m doing my best.”

The crowd then begins chanting, “Eat it, eat it,” prompting guitarist Pete Townshend to join in. An animated Townshend then suggests makes an alternate suggestion. “Stick it up your f**king a**,” he declares. “It’s the quickest way. I think it’s better than eating it.”

Daltrey gets in on the off-color fun by adding, “And by far the most pleasurable,” to which Townshend responds, “That depends.”

Roger has been struggling with voice problems in recent years, and The Who had to postpone three concerts on its current tour earlier this month when he was diagnosed with swollen vocal cords. According to Newsday, Daltrey suffers from an allergy to marijuana smoke.

The Who’s next concert takes place tonight in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The band winds down the current North American leg of it’s The Who Hits 50! Tour on Saturday, May 30, in Forest Hills, New York. The British rock legends then will launch a European in June, but will return for another series of North American shows that will kick off September 14 in San Diego. Check out the band’s full tour schedule at TheWho.com.

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