Mick Jagger Fraud Leads To Humiliating Arrest


Sometimes look-alikes can be deceiving and can land a person in trouble. The Rolling Stones founder Mick Jagger’s name has recently grabbed the headlines. It was recently noted that a person hailing from Florida claimed to the police that he was the Rolling Stones founder Mick Jagger. It was noted that the man was intoxicated in downtown Naples and was arrested on Monday. Previously, Robert Plant revealed if he actually likes Jagger.

Details of the incident were revealed

According to the Naples Police Department, the person, Eugene Bingham was creating disturbances in a number of downtown Naples restaurants including Ocean Prime and Yabba’s. At Ocean Prime, he yelled at a guest and tried to fight others at the bar. At Yabba’s he was accused of trying to get on stage during a live performance. Bingham, was accused of trying to be a “Street Fighting Man” with several patrons at various Naples nightspots.

Naples police found Bingham walking near the bathrooms on the north side of Cambier Park after a woman told the officer “a drunk male in a red shirt is yelling at people claiming he is Mick Jagger.” A chaos transpired after a police officer found Bingham.

The faux Rolling Stones frontman allegedly told the cop “don’t f—k with me, leave me the f—k alone,” NBC said.

Bingham was placed under arrest and vomited in the back of the Naples police patrol car, which had a malfunctioning camera. Bingham couldn’t be processed into jail for medical reasons, authorities said. He was charged on the grounds of disorderly intoxication and battery on a law enforcement officer.

In other news regarding Mick Jagger, during a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, fellow rock icon Joe Satriani discussed playing smaller venues and dive bars with the Rolling Stone icon and explained how that was a particularly favorite pastime of Jaggers. Credit to the outlet for the below.

“He loved doing that,” Joe Satriani explains. “It seemed like once a month we would find a bar somewhere and we would make a deal with the local band that we would just walk in and take over their gear. And if we needed to bring an extra guitar, we would. But pretty much we plugged in to whatever they had.”