From the website:
The celebrated tenor Roberto Alagna has given his first full explanation of why he stormed off the stage at La Scala after being booed during a performance.
Alagna claimed the hostile reaction from sections of the Milan crowd had made him physically ill and left him "broken-hearted", prompting his swift departure.
"Have you any idea what it's like to hear people shouting 'Boo!' when I was singing with all my heart and had sung well?" he said in a French newspaper interview.
And now, he's suing because he was booed. Really.
Now he says he plans to sue the Milan opera house for "failing to help a person in danger", claiming his blood sugar levels dropped perilously low because the audience boos had unnerved him.
Grow up Roberto Alagna.
Also, people with diabetes should or high blood presure should avoid stressful environment such as the stage at the opera.