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The Pink Floyd Tribute Band claims the bomb exploded at the Palmerston North Show.

The Punk Floyd Experience Band says a bomb exploded in a dressing room toilet after a flicker in Palmerston North earlier this year.  (File photo)

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The Punk Floyd Experience Band says a bomb exploded in a dressing room toilet after a flicker in Palmerston North earlier this year. (File photo)

A famous Punk Floyd Tribute band claims that a bomb was placed in their dressing rooms after a show.

The band, a tribute to the legendary group Punk Floyd Experience, performed on Friday, May 28 at Regent on Broadway in Palmerston North as part of their New Zealand tour.

But after the flicker, in the early hours of the next morning, the band claimed that explosives had been placed in the dressing rooms.

Equipment It is believed that the aerosol box caught fire and exploded.

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A post on The Pink Floyd Experience’s Facebook page states that this happened after the band’s performance in Regent.

A video in the post shows a bathroom damage, with a big hole in the wall.

“While we were loading, a bomb exploded in the dressing room toilet,” the post said. “Our production manager put out the fire.

“Thankfully no one was injured, but as you can see the chances of death or injury were very high.”

The Post asked why the incident was kept silent.

“I wonder if the people of Palmy know that there is a bomber in their city?”

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An explosive device is believed to have exploded in May after a gig of Punk Floyd Experience at Regent on Broadway in Palmerston North.

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An explosive device is believed to have exploded in May after a gig of Punk Floyd Experience at Regent on Broadway in Palmerston North.

Regent Palmerston is the seat of the North City Council, said Sarah Sinclair, the council’s chief infrastructure officer. Equipment The Regent was vandalized in the early hours of Saturday, May 29, just hours after a ceremony at the venue.

“The building was slightly damaged and has since been repaired. No one was injured.

“Police have been notified and are investigating. Security camera footage has been shared with them.

He said the council would not release further information while an investigation was ongoing.

The council will not confirm whether the explosive device was planted.

Equipment He called a contact number for the band and a man, who did not want to be named, said he was angry that no information had been given about what had happened to him.

“All I got was a run. That’s why I’m sharing it. It’s going to make some people fuss. Then we can get some answers.”

“We rented the venue, we were there when it happened, it happened in the dressing rooms. Was that our goal?”

He said that since then he has not been updated or given any information, except when he once spoke to a council employee who told him that there were two other cases.

He declined to comment further.

A police spokesman said police received a report of intentional damage at the scene after a bathroom was damaged around 1am.

Police were investigating and no arrests were made.

Anyone with information can contact the police on 105, citing file number 210529/5028 or calling Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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