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Singer's stage dive scuppers tour

Anti-Flag had been due to perform gigs across Europe

A US punk band's European tour has been cancelled after the lead singer broke his collarbone diving into the audience while on their English leg.

Justin Geever of Anti-Flag leapt into the crowd at the University of East Anglia in Norwich on Wednesday.

A statement on the group's website said the singer, also known as Justin Sane, "landed awkwardly and that was that".

The statement said that the band planned to reschedule the gigs it has had to cancel.

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