Cinema goers around the world have been behaving badly at showings of Fifty Shades of Grey. But it has nothing to do with fooling around on the back row! In Glasgow, three women were arrested after they assaulted a man during a screening on Saturday (14th February). The victim reportedly asked the rowdy women to be quiet during the film and in response they assaulted him. There were some reports a glass bottle was used to attack the unnamed man but the cinema denies an implement was used, according to reports in Vanity Fair. The three women in question were escorted from the cinema by police and have allegedly been charged with disorder offences.

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Apparently the three arrested women were not the only ones behaving badly at the same cinema. An eyewitness, speaking to the Telegraph, claimed there were a number of women being sick in the hallway. "There were also several incredibly drunk women vomiting in the aisle and corridor and several complaints from the other screen about drunk and rowdy folk," the witness said.  

In Florida, a group of more than 100 teenagers mobbed a mall after they were denied entry to a cinema showing the film. As the Kansas Star reports, the teenagers were turned away as the movie is R-rated and requires an adult to accompany a viewer under the age of 17. The incident occurred on Monday (16th February) and reportedly scores of teenagers mobbed the theatre and the food court of the mall in Orlando. Fortunately no one was injured or property damaged in the incident. 

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