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Liam Gallagher praises fans who carried man in wheelchair at his gig

He applauded their ‘biblical behaviour’ after one fan was hoisted above the crowd during the hit Wonderwall.

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Liam Gallagher fans carried a man in a wheelchair above the crowd (@hannah_maex/PA)

Liam Gallagher fans carried a man in a wheelchair above the crowd (@hannah_maex/PA)

Liam Gallagher fans carried a man in a wheelchair above the crowd (@hannah_maex/PA)

Liam Gallagher has praised his fans after a man in a wheelchair was lifted above the crowd at one of his gigs.

Michael Reynolds got the “best view in the house” during Wonderwall after a group of supporters hoisted him above their heads.

Hannah, from Milton Keynes, shared a video of the amazing moment on Twitter.

She said it was “an amazing thing to witness” and added: “I was recording Wonderwall on my phone and I only noticed through my phone screen that Michael was being carried through the crowd.

“Once I saw it I started recording him because I thought it was so lovely of fans to carry him during Oasis’s most popular song which I’m sure they were all waiting for him to perform.”

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Michael , 30, from Burnage, described the moment as “incredible”.

He told the Manchester Evening News: “My mates had the idea of lifting me up.

“Suddenly, there were 20 lads all helping. Everyone was loving it.”

The generous act received praise from a number of others on Twitter as well.

Gallagher performed to a 50,000-strong crowd at Lancashire County Cricket Club on Saturday.


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