Last month, we reported that Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin was busted for taking a joyride on an oversize baggage carousel at Denver International Airport. His detainment forced the band to start their set well after midnight, angering concertgoers. Now, surveillance video of the rocker's airport antics have emerged.

Scantlin has been in a heap of legal trouble over the past few years, including incidents that included a vandalism, an airplane incident, speeding, drug possession and more.

In the video above posted by Denver's ABC affiliate 7NEWS, you can see Scantlin, dressed in orange, standing on the carousel as it moves around. Fortunately for Scantlin, despite the apparent security breach, the offense only qualifies as a misdemeanor. However, Scantlin failed to show up at his court hearing last week, and would face arrest if he finds himself in Denver again anytime soon.

Scantlin faced backlash when he showed up for that night's Puddle of Mudd gig several hours late. He was actually bailed out by a local fan. Scantlin poked fun of the incident with a photoshopped Facebook post below:


The Denver promoter vowed never to book Puddle of Mudd again, stating "Those of you that stayed, I hope you love Puddle of Mudd cause we will NEVER book them again."

Puddle of Mudd have a handful of dates scheduled for March and April. See their current itinerary here.

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