New York show halted after ‘human ashes’ sprinkled into pit

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The occurrence triggered a confidence warning during a Metropolitan Opera

New York’s Metropolitan Opera halted an afternoon opening after an assembly member sprinkled what is suspected to be cremated remains on to a orchestra.

The occurrence happened during an break of Guillaume Tell, call anti-terror units to enter a Lincoln Center venue.

Several assembly members pronounced a male told them he was there to recover a remains of a friend, military said.

The male has been identified and a authorities are perplexing to strech him.

Cultural venues in New York are on warning for intensity threats following a 9/11 attacks and a trace of a different element caused a uncover residence to be evacuated.

The uncover was cancelled, as was a night’s opening of L’Italiana in Algeri, while military investigated.

John Miller, a New York Police Department’s emissary commissioner in assign of comprehension and counterterrorism, pronounced that while disposing of remains might violate city codes “I don’t trust during this indicate that we see any rapist vigilant here”.

Some of those attending pronounced they were quite unhappy to skip a fourth act of Guillaume Tell, that is deliberate to have a best song in a opera.

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