AC/DC Asks U.S. Marshals to Stop Sale of Counterfeit Merchandise at Shows
According to TMZ, the Australian band's lawsuit requested that U.S. marshals go to the band's shows during the 2016 tour, beginning on Feb. 6 in Tacoma, Wash., and arrest people selling goods, such as T-shirts and hats, outside of the arena.
We can't really blame AC/DC for wanting to see the profits from its merchandise sales. (After all, the band does have a song called "Money Talks.") TMZ reported that the band made $180 million on the road last year, second only to Taylor Swift.