Bryan Adams left fuming over Cairo airport guitar incident
A green marker was used by airport customs officials to mark the artist’s prized 1957 guitar.
JOHANNESBURG - Pop star Bryan Adams is fuming after customs officials at Cairo airport used a green marker on his prize 1957 guitar.
Adams, who was in the Egyptian capital for a concert at Giza's pyramids this week posted a photo of the acoustic guitar on his Instagram account.
A number and a word in Arabic were scrawled on the guitar's mahogany side.
The singer says the airport officials used the green markers on most of their equipment to write long serial numbers.