Headless Chickens shock the audience and MC at Taite music awards where they are honoured for Stunt Clown album

The ashes of a dead New Zealand musician were scattered on stage during an awards ceremony on Tuesday night, a move being criticised for being culturally inappropriate and insensitive.

The Headless Chickens were presented with a classic record award for their 1987 album Stunt Clown at the Taite music awards, an event livestreamed by many outlets.

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