ANGRY Spice Girls fans have complained after overcrowding at their Coventry gig last night left them stranded in a car park.
The unforgiving fans took to social media to vent at Ricoh Arena's "abysmal organisation", poor crowd control and bad traffic management leaving the venue.
While many die hard followers of Spice Girl's Mel Brown, 43, Geri Horner, 46, Mel C, 45, and Emma Bunton, 43, were on still on a high after reliving their childhood at the Midlands leg of the reunion tour, they revealed they would never return to the arena following their ordeal.
In a lengthy post one fumed: "There aren't enough words to sufficiently describe the incompetence of @RicohArena at tonight's Spice Girls concert. Hours of queueing to get in for them to eventually give up on security checks completely, and then no food to buy so have gone without dinner."
She continued: "The crush and disorganization at the turnstiles was so bad I had a panic attack and had to be rushed inside by the staff. Not fun. Thanks for nothing @RicohArena."
Before adding over an hour later: "Still waiting to get out of the carpark. If you're planning on seeing The Spice Girls tomorrow night in Cov – my advice for you is not to bother. As good as they are, it's not safe at Ricoh Arena and it'll take you hours to get out."