Tommy Lee's elaborate drum rig for Motley Crue's current tour is too much for some venues to handle.
The drummer's setup – dubbed The Cruecifly – sees Lee perform on a moving roller coaster style track that extends over the audience.
But it appears the massive structure poses a health and safety risk at some of the venues on the band's last ever tour.
After fans asked why it wasn't used at Crue's recent gig in Milwaukee, Lee tweeted: “Hi guys. Want you to know certain venues cannot handle The Cruecifly. It's not our fault their roof cannot hang the rig. It's massive!"
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