A 22-year old man had to be rescued by fire fighters after he fell down a 40-foot gorge while trying to sneak into a Nickelback gig in New York. According to Gawker, Kevin Beaudette sustained the injuries after he lost his footing trying to find his way into the band's gig and slipped into the Geyser Brook George. While Beaudette claims to have been drunk at the time, alcohol abuse is still no valid excuse for being into Nickelback.
What do you think is more embarrassing: Needing to be rescued by firefighters trying to sneak into a concert, or that you were desperate to get into a Nickelback concert? I could understand risking life and limb trying to see the Stones play, a Zeppelin reunion concert, but how much must you hate yourself that in order to see Nickelback you're going to scale a mountain like Tom Cruise in the opening of Mission: Impossible 2? What do you tell your parents when they pick you up in the hospital? Also, check your insurance plan before attempting. Most don't cover Nickelback.