Kid Rock fans "mooned" after Pa. concert, police officer arrested after getting involved

A closer, brighter full moon dubbed a "Supermoon" is seen around 12:30 a.m., on Sunday, June 23, 2013, in a photo taken through an amateur astronomer's 5-inch refractor telescope, near Stedman, N.C.
AP Photo/The Fayetteville Observer, Johnny Horne
This is not the kind of "full moon" that allegedly led an Altoona, Pa. police officer to punch a man after a recent Kid Rock concert.
AP Photo/The Fayetteville Observer, Johnny Horne
(CBS/AP) BURGETTSTOWN, Pa. - If a man exposes his buttocks to a busload of fans who just left a Kid Rock concert, is that a moon rock?

Police say an off-duty officer from central Pennsylvania punched a man who allegedly "mooned" people on a bus after a Kid Rock concert near Pittsburgh Saturday night.

Altoona Police Officer Matthew Plummer was charged with aggravated assault by Hanover Township police following the concert at the First Niagara Pavilion.

Police said Plummer was riding on the bus which allegedly was mooned, and that he then exited the vehicle to confront the "mooner."

Court papers indicate Plummer believed the "moon man" had also thrown a bottle at the bus. The other man denied that, but allegedly tried to punch Plummer before he was hit.