Well, turns out Grohl's spill wasn't the only unexpected highlight from the gig.
Though we're not exactly sure just how the man ended up onstage that night, someone at the event knew whatever was about to transpire was going to be share-worthy and started recording while the intoxicated concert-goer sauntered across the stage, dancing around and high-fiving band members.
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Video from the show (below) sees Jay being welcomed onstage by Grohl, who tells him, "You look like me about an hour-and-a-half ago", before describing his daggy dance moves as "office party shit".
The Foos jammed "Stay With Me" by the Faces, and by the end of the track, the crowd was chanting Jay's name.
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"Let's do it again", he says after the song, before trying to climb Taylor Hawkins' drum riser, nearly falling over and being removed by security.
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The attention must've gotten to his head, because Jay from Bombay got a little cocky and tried to climb up the drum riser, only to lose his balance and almost fall backwards. "It ain't gonna happen".