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Kate Middleton and Prince William to embark on royal tour of Poland and Germany

Moby gets electrocuted during a concert in Amsterdam

by Nicole
June 5, 2011 at 6:05 am

Dance music superstar Moby was quite seriously electrocuted during a concert held in Amsterdam on May 31.

The singer was playing an acoustic show in an art gallery in the Dutch capital.

“Yes, I was mildly electrocuted during an acoustic show at the reflex gallery in Amsterdam, but I’m feeling a-ok now. Maybe I even had some accidental electro shock therapy. Thanks for your concern,” the artist said in a message to his fans, posted on his personal website.

In a video posted online, Moby appears to lose consciousness and collapses on stage.

The nature of the fault that caused the incident is unknown.

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