Morrissey cut short Germany concert after fans storm the stage, the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung reported that around six people from the audience at the Colosseum forced their way onto the stage and had to be subdued by security and crew.
The singer, 55, who has recently been treated for cancer, was escorted off by a bouncer while the troublemakers were rounded up and the rest of the show was called off.
It is the second time fans have been left disappointed during the star’s string of shows on the continent.
Morrissey stormed off stage just 25 minutes into a gig in Poland last week when an audience member hurled ‘extremely offensive’ abuse – reportedly about his illness – at him.
Fans were sympathetic towards the star as they voiced their anger at the stage invaders after the latest incident.
A YouTube user calling herself Morticia Adams wrote: “I spent almost double the price for my ticket only to have the (possibly the last) chance to see him live.
“He was in such a brilliant mood, the whole concert was so wonderful, even with the supporting act having Anna Calvi was just excellent. And then there are some daft people who spoil it all and think this was great fun.”
And Martina SOS GALGOS added: “The gig was great, Morrissey wonderful, but the end, so sad. I was in front of the stage in the middle and one of these hysterical girls beside me – the one who first jumped onto the stage – she was so fast, nobody was able to stop her.”
Moris Kaletta wrote on his official Facebook page: “I loved the show yesterday in Essen… sad that there are always fools to mess things up.”
Oranga Sven added: “I totally understand him, to break up – nevertheless I feel really sad – was looking forward to so many cool songs.”
Morrissey revealed he had been treated for cancer in an interview with a Spanish newspaper in October.
He said: “They have scraped cancerous tissues four times already, but whatever. If I die, then I die. And if I don’t, then I don’t. Right now I feel good.
“In some of my recent photos I look somewhat unhealthy, but that’s what illness can do. I’m not going to worry about that, I’ll rest when I’m dead.”