Evil Jared Hasselhoff, bassist for Collegeville's Bloodhound Gang, will make his first public appearance after being deported from Russia for allegedly putting a Russian flag down his pants at a July 30 concert and urinating on a Ukrainian flag.
Hasselhoff will perform Friday with his side project, Bloodpart, at Bam Margera’s music venue The Note in West Chester, where he plans “to break his media blackout by explaining the entire Russian ordeal,” according to the venue.
While performing in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, Hasselhoff allegedly put a Russian flag in his pants, took it out and threw it at the crowd, saying “don’t tell Putin,"according to a previous Patch report.
A video has also surfaced of Hasselhoff urinating on a Ukrainian flag.
A video of the Ukrainian flag incident in Russia went viral in both countries, and the band was deported from Russia, where they had arrived to perform at the Kubana Music Festival.
A Russian law enforcement agency threatened to press charges for desecrating the national flag; locals in Russia reportedly threw eggs and tomatoes at the band, and the band was allegedly attacked in the airport while waiting for their flight home.
The concert will begin at 8 p.m. Friday, and tickets are $10 per person. The Note is located at 142 E. Market Street in West Chester.