One of the most popular Queen/Freddie Mercury fan pages on Instagram, Freddie Mercury Online, shared a golden-worth image of the late star and shared the untold details of Freddie’s relationship with his fans.

According to the fan page, Freddie was throwing flowers to the crowd at the end of every single Queen show from ’75 to ’78 and had an excellent aura between them.

Also, an unknown newspaper cutting shows how a Queen member was rushed to find the lost flowers to bring them to Freddie back.

This rare post got almost 3K likes in a short time, and the fans started to share their reactions afterward in the comment section.

Here are the whole details:

“Freddie Mercury used to do something at the end of early shows which thrilled fans, although one shocking night it leads to an extraordinary moment with a policeman in a cemetery.⁣

There are numerous pictures and records of Freddie throwing flowers into the audience. Sometimes it was carnations but, unsurprisingly, he loved throwing roses.⁣
Being Freddie, he also made sure the roses were specially prepared for one thoughtful reason. This is why his fans loved him so much.”⁣

Here is the rest of the caption:

“At the end of every Queen show (mostly in Queen’s early gigs from 1975 to 1978) Freddie would throw a handful of flowers into his adoring audience. I’m sure you’ve noticed this if you’ve watched Queen’s 70s concerts.⁣

The thorns of these long-stemmed red roses would have been plucked out one by one by a crew member because Freddie didn’t want anybody to get hurt in any way.⁣

A newspaper cutting from October 1975 reveals: “While Freddie, Bryan, John and Roger were on stage performing, someone backstage discovered that the roses Freddie throws to the audience during the final number were missing.⁣

Unseen by the ecstatic audience, a member of Queen’s slipped out of the audience and, with the aid of a policeman, raced off in a car, its lights flashing, to find a garden with roses.⁣”

You can check out the golden-worth frame of Freddie and his fans below.

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Freddie with fans in 1988♥️.⁣ -⁣ 📌 Freddie Mercury used to do something at the end of early shows which thrilled fans, although one shocking night it lead to an extraordinary moment with a policeman in a cemetery.⁣ ⁣ 💐 There are numerous pictures and records of Freddie throwing flowers into the audience. Sometimes it was carnations but, unsurprisingly, he loved throwing roses.⁣ Being Freddie, he also made sure the roses were specially prepared for one thoughtful reason. This is why his fans loved him so much. ⁣ ⁣ 🌹 At the end of every Queen show (mostly in Queen's early gigs from 1975 to 1978) Freddie would throw a handful of flowers into his adoring audience. I'm sure you've noticed this if you've watched Queen's 70s concerts.⁣ The thorns of these long-stemmed red roses would have been plucked out one by one by a crew member because Freddie didn't want anybody to get hurt in any way.⁣ ⁣ 🥀 A newspaper cutting from October 1975 reveals: "While Freddie, Bryan, John and Roger were on stage performing, someone backstage discovered that the roses Freddie throws to the audience during the final number were missing.⁣ ⁣ Unseen by the ecstatic audience, a member of Queen’s slipped out of the audience and, with the aid of a policeman, raced off in a car, its lights flashing, to find a garden with roses.⁣ ⁣ They managed to find a fresh bunch for Freddie to shower on the fans. That is dedication. And because of it, Queen are all set for a long, long reign.”⁣ — cr: Express.co.uk.⁣ #FreddieMercury

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