Morgan Wallen's Chair Toss Incident Turns Nashville Bar into Unexpected Tourist Spot

The chair allegedly hurled by Morgan Wallen from the sixth story of a rooftop Nashville bar has turned into a tourist hotspot.

After the country star's arrest on Sunday night and subsequent charges of three felony counts of reckless endangerment and one count of disorderly conduct, visitors began flocking to Eric Church's bar, Chief's, located on Broadway Street in Nashville's bustling downtown district, to catch a glimpse of the infamous chair, Fox reports.

According to People magazine, multiple tourists requested to see the chair in the days following the incident.

An Instagram account, @morganwallenschair, was created after the arrest, featuring a photo of an officer carrying a chair identical to those at the restaurant, relatively intact save for two bent legs.

Amid the frenzy, Chief's took a lighthearted approach, posting a photo on Instagram of their marquee with a playful message poking fun at the incident.

Minutes before his arrest, Wallen was photographed conversing with a woman on the rooftop, with eyewitnesses suggesting he appeared intoxicated. The photos were taken shortly before the chair-hurling incident, though the exact sequence of events remains unclear.

Wallen's booking photo and arrest report were shared by the Metro Nashville Police Department, detailing the charges and circumstances surrounding the incident. Wallen's attorney confirmed his cooperation with authorities.

Despite the legal ordeal, Wallen's tour schedule remains active, with upcoming performances slated across the country.

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