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Bomb threat postpones Leto, Thirty Seconds to Mars film event
At a charity event featuring Jared Leto-led rock act Thirty Seconds to Mars at the Hive in L.A., a man reportedly dropped a suspicious-looking package at the frontman's feet.
Leto was in the middle of introducing 20 minutes of footage from the group's forthcoming "Artifact" documentary when the disruption occurred, which prompted him to push the mystery man away from him and toward the door. A police bomb squad arrived, as confirmed by the Hive, though no bombs were found in the box or on the premises.
Leto spoke to gathered crowds afterward, as seen in a video posted to TMZ, calling the perpetrator "disturbed" though, later, perhaps un-ironically, declared his band officially has "the craziest fans in the world."
The video event was rescheduled for tonight (Feb. 5).
Considering the band had cameras following them around for the last couple years, in order to complete "Artifact," we're surprised we haven't seen any footage of the incident yet.