Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus shock Australian crowd by complaining about ‘having to go to f***ing Perth’: ‘They don’t do s**t!’

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Blink-182' Mark Hoppus (pictured) and Tom DeLongehave taken aim at their Perth fans while performing in Adelaide on the Australia leg of their world tour

Blink-182 have taken aim at their Perth fans while performing in Adelaide on the Australia leg of their world tour.

The pop-punk band kicked off the tour Down Under in the Western Australia capital last week, before heading east to Adelaide on Sunday.

At the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, band members Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus complained to the audience about the ‘disappointing crowd’ in Perth.

The moment was shared to TikTok in a 20-second video. 

‘We had to go to f***ing Perth before coming here!’ bassist and vocalist Mark said. ‘Get f***ed, mate!’

Pictured: Tom DeLonge

Blink-182′ Mark Hoppus (left) and Tom DeLonge (right) have taken aim at their Perth fans while performing in Adelaide on the Australia leg of their world tour

Guitarist and vocalist Tom chimed in: ‘They don’t caress women there! They don’t do s**t! They don’t have emotional bonds…’

‘They’re just thinking about the band Creed, that’s all they’re doing.’

Several fans agreed with the band and took to the comments to voice their opinion. 

‘They were right this time,’ one Perth native said.

It comes after Blink-182 hit out at the ‘unenthusiastic’ Perth crowd on their first night in the city.

‘Mark was roasting the crowd all night saying no one knew the songs,’ one TikTok user wrote alongside a video.

At the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, band members Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus complained to the audience about the 'disappointing crowd' in Perth

At the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, band members Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus complained to the audience about the ‘disappointing crowd’ in Perth

It comes after Blink-182 hit out at the 'unenthusiastic' Perth crowd on their first night in the city for not knowing the songs

It comes after Blink-182 hit out at the ‘unenthusiastic’ Perth crowd on their first night in the city for not knowing the songs

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‘I’m so embarrassed that people didn’t know the songs,’ a fan then commented.

‘The crowd was so disappointing I felt so bad for blink travelling so far for such an unenthusiastic crowd,’ added another.

Blink-182 continue their Australia tour on Tuesday at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, after Mark, Tom and drummer Travis touched down in the city on Monday.

They perform another show in Melbourne on Wednesday before jetting to Sydney for two back-to-back shows on Friday, February 16 and Saturday, February 17.

'We had to go to f***ing Perth before coming here!' bassist and vocalist Mark said. 'Get f***ed, mate!'

‘We had to go to f***ing Perth before coming here!’ bassist and vocalist Mark said. ‘Get f***ed, mate!’

After that, the trio head to Brisbane for three sold-out gigs, before coming back to Sydney and Melbourne for newly-added shows at the end of the month.

Blink-182, who last toured in Australia in 2013, will then jet to New Zealand for shows in Auckland and Christchurch before continuing the rest of their World Tour.

During their last visit Down Under, drummer Travis did not join the band due to his fear of flying, which stemmed from being a passenger in a fatal plane crash in 2008.

Brooks Wackerman, of Bad Religion and Avenged Sevenfold, filled in on the sticks.

At the time, the band said they attempted all measures to help Travis get over his fear of flying, but ultimately had to make the trip without him. 

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