On April 21st of 2001, Peter Buck of REM was arrested after causing an incident on a plane flying from Seattle to London.
Peter was accused of drinking 15 glasses of wine, overturning a service cart and engaging in bad behaviour.
He claimed he had taken a sleeping pill, which mixed with the wine and led to the activity, which saw him cover a flight attendant in yoghurt.
All the charges were eventually dropped a year later at a course case where his famous friends insisted it was out of character, including Bono who said Peter was “famously peaceful”.
Listen below to hear what Peter Buck was doing 10 years before that out of character arrest with a deep dive into REM’s 1991 album Out of Time:
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