A Maroochydore man's post about Stereosonic's muscle culture has gone viral.
A Maroochydore man's post about Stereosonic's muscle culture has gone viral.

We hate you: Coast man's Stereosonic fight rant goes viral

A MAROOCHYDORE man's online rant about Stereosonic's 'muscle culture' has gained the support of more than 45,000 people.

The 20-year-old journalism student took to Facebook on Saturday to share his frustration following the release of footage of a brawl at Stereosonic Sydney.

The post took aim at men who took any opportunity to take their shirt off to display their muscles, something which Stereosonic has become known for over the years despite introducing policies to kill the habit.

 

 

The post read: "The Stereosonic is coming. You put in 6 weeks of hard training, your tren cycles have been flawless and your Muzz is very much 'on'...all of a sudden there is a bit of push and shove in the crowd, this is it, the moment you've been waiting for! If a girl sees you in a fight she's surely going to be impressed and want to sleep with you! That's how it works!"

"This three minute fight will be the highlight of your sad miserable life. And guess what? You're still not getting laid."

"You bruzzers will flock in the thousands with your short shorts, cheap spray tans and expensive pingas (sic) that you were told would be 'worth it bro'.

"What I don't understand is that every year you get made fun of, and yet sure enough the next year you go and do the exact same thing. So something must not be getting through to you, therefore let me make it very clear. We hate you. And when we say we hate you, we mean it. We're not joking."

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In 2009 Stereosonic introduced a 'tops on' policy which stated it would eject all shirtless men from the festival but it was poorly enforced and the shirtless men lived on. It has been trying ever since to enforce the policy without much success.

Watch the footage which sparked the rant below.

 


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