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Man charged with ‘voyeurism’ after arrest at Edinburgh Taylor Swift show-Brooke Ivey Johnson-Entertainment – Metro

The man is 64 years old.

Man charged with ‘voyeurism’ after arrest at Edinburgh Taylor Swift show-Brooke Ivey Johnson-Entertainment – Metro

A man has been arrested for alleged voyeurism at Taylor Swift’s Edinburgh concert date (Picture: Getty Images)

A 64-year-old man has been charged with alleged voyeurism at one of Taylor Swift’s UK Eras Tour dates.

Police Scotland said the suspect was arrested and charged in connection with a voyeurism incident during the concert at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh on June 8.

Superintendent David Happs stated: ‘A 64-year-old man was arrested and charged in connection with a voyeurism offence committed within Murrayfield during the event on Saturday June 8.

‘He was released on an undertaking to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court at a later date.’

Police Scotland also told that the suspect, born in 1960, is a man named Andrew Hunter.

Swift kicked off her UK leg of the Eras tour with three consecutive dates at Murrayfield in Edinburgh.

The stadium was at max capacity with 73,000 fans, making the gigs the highest-attended stadium concerts in Scottish history.

This news comes shortly after Taylor shared a grateful message with her Scottish fans after the three sold-out nights.

She captioned photos from the shows: ‘Edinburgh!!! You truly blew me away this weekend.

The Edinburgh venue was at max capacity all three nights (Picture: Katielee Arrowsmith / SWNS)

‘Thank you for breaking the all-time attendance record for a stadium show in Scotland 3 times in a row and for all the ways you made us feel right at home. Love you, all 220,000 of you!!!’

The performances were the first of 15 dates of the tour that will take place in the UK.

Swift will take the stage in Edinburgh, CardiffLondon, and Liverpool in coming weeks and is sure to draw enormous crowds at each stop along the way.

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The concert began at 8pm and fans went wild as the Shake It Off singer embarked on her retrospective performance of her discography.

But the alleged voyeur wasn’t the only bump in the road in Edinburgh.

While performing Would’ve Could’ve Should’ve from the Midnights album, the superstar stopped singing when she released one of her fans needed emergency help.

Social media footage showed Swift saying: ‘Need help right in front of me, right in front of me please. 

The Era’s Tour made Taylor Swift the first artist to ever gross $1billion (£786,565,000) on a single tour (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)

Swift kicked off her 15 UK dates in Edinburgh (Picture: Getty Images)

‘She’s right in front of me, just gonna keep playing until we notice where it is, right, right there. I’m just gonna keep playing ’til somebody helps them, then I’m going to keep singing the song.’

‘I don’t think anybody’s seen them yet and they’re gonna, because we’re not gonna keep singing, we’re just gonna keep talking about the people that need help in front of me. Just let me know when – I can do this all night!’

Eventually, the audience member was helped by staff and the singer said: ‘OK, you’re good? AWESOME!’ Before jumping right back into the song.

For now, the details of the voyeurism incident remain unclear, but one thing is for sure: if there’s any fandom you don’t want to mess with, it’s the Swifties. has reached out to Scotland Police for comment.

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