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John Shuttleworth parody gig inside cave stopped mostly after fan gets caught in tree above gorge

The main portion of artist musician John Shuttleworth’s show finished on a bluff holder after a fan erroneously followed his sat nav and wound up hanging from a tree over the open air scene.

The man, named as David, from London, was strolling to see John Shuttleworth perform at Peak Cavern – otherwise called Devil’s A*** – in Castleton, Derbyshire, on Thursday night when he slipped and tumbled from a pathway into the outside scene.

The gig-attendee figured out how to seize a little Sycamore tree to dampen his fall, barely trying not to plunge 100ft to the cave floor.

He had followed his sat nav while strolling from his short-term convenience to the sinkhole – yet erroneously wound up on the trail above, Edale Mountain Rescue said.

The man was left hanging until salvage groups showed up to lift him into a bridle and take him back up to the ridge top.

He was evaluated by paramedics after the salvage activity, which endured over two hours from 9pm, and arose with just minor wounds including a slice and some swelling close to one eye.

Nonetheless, the region must be cleared over fears that stones could be ousted on to the crowd of 580 individuals beneath, driving coordinators to leave the occasion partially through.

Edale Mountain Rescue group shared subtleties of the occurrence via virtual entertainment.

They posted: “(The man) came into outrageous challenges and slipped, simply figuring out how to get a tree to capture his fall, creeps from a 100ft drop to the cave floor.

“Colleagues advanced toward the top and immediately manipulated up a specialized rope salvage framework.”

“When this was all set up, a colleague was dropped down to the refined man’s situation, where he was gotten into a salvage nappy,” it added.

“The honorable man didn’t require further clinic treatment and was given a lift back to his convenience by a colleague.”

Shuttleworth – genuine name Graham Fellows – figured out how to see the interesting side, tweeting how he would compose a melody about the occurrence, to be performed when he gets back to complete the neglected show.

He said: “The one who was sticking to the precipice – an episode which finished this evening’s show rashly – is protected and presently in a rescue vehicle (rumor has it). We hope everything turns out great for him, and to my wonderful Peak Cavern crowd – thank you for clearing so quickly, and see you soon for the second half!”

Fans tweeted to say they were happy the man was protected.

One kidded how the main portion of the show had finished on a precipice holder – as others cautioned not to depend on sat navs.

Anyway the Peak Cavern Instagram account recommended David had intruded more than two security barriers to get close enough to the highest point of the crevasse – and reprimanded his “sheer ineptitude”.

A post said: “His moronic childish activities brought about the show being dropped and the sinkhole cleared. In the event that you are perusing this David from London I trust your soul advises you to reach out to us and set things right for your sheer idiocy.

Top Cavern’s entry chamber is the biggest regular cavern entrance in the British Isles, lying somewhere down in the chasm underneath Peveril Castle.

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