KEVIN Bridges is committed to returning players and donating to charity after he was on Brighton.
A funnyman from the Glasgow, 32, was forced to stop the show earlier, after the crowd had escaped.
And after he was sensing the weather that formed on the quays, the staging protagonist said that he "had run into the wall tonight".
After the statement after the speech, he said: "I'm sorry for all who came to me today tonight.
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"I've been sick for a few days, but I did not want to cancel the concerts, because I felt that the adrenalin of execution could accompany me, as usual, and took part in most of the show tonight.
"People who are shamelessly silly in a jig is something I've used well to get up fifteen years ago, but tonight I physically and maybe gradually dumped the wall, and I'm really grateful to all that I set aside early on."
The SSE Hydro 19-year exhibition took place in October in the The Brand New series of comedies.
And he has promised to give his fans money back tonight, and also offers to donate the remaining money for homelessness for charity.
He added: "I would like to offer everyone their money back and all remaining ticket money will be donated to the homeless homeless. Recommendations are welcome." Sorry and go on, Kevin. "
The fans were quick to defend the comic about social media.
Will Beamans said, "Kee, I felt that you were kicked back from four rows. A minor minority twats destroyed most of them. The ashes and gods will bless Joseph."
Alan Steven Edward commented: "A nice touch is a great show, even if it's been discontinued. You're a legend, I hope you'll be better soon."
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The Glasgow sales show meant that the Klaidbank-born star became Ticketmaster's favorite 2018 life, outperforming Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.
He was also a surprise visitor to the exhibition in Dublin, when Hollywood actor Woody Harrelson went to meet with him behind the scenes.
Scottish Sun Online has contacted Kevin's representative to comment on this issue.
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