Singer Pink was left momentarily speechless during a recent concert when a fan threw a bag of their mother’s cremated remains on-stage.

Pink was four songs into her headlining set at the British Summer Time festival in London’s Hyde Park, when she picked up a large pouch of white powder that had been put on the stage.

“Is this your mom?” she asked the person who had thrown the pouch on stage.

“I don’t know how I feel about this.”

The visibly stunned singer then placed the package down behind the front-of-stage speakers, and continued performing her current song, Just Like A Pill.

Pink may have not known how she felt, but those on social media sure did, slamming the concert goer for the act.

“Someone gave their Mothers ashes to Pink. I need ya’ll to have boundaries like girl what?” wrote one fan.

“She handled it well cause I’d definitely be mad that someone handed me their mom’s ashes,” said another.

“I feel like security at a concert will be like going thru TSA if people don’t stop being WEIRD,” wrote another.

Others had more extreme suggestions about what Pink should’ve done: “I would have started snorting their mother on stage,” wrote one person on Twitter, while another said they would’ve “sprinkled it on the crowd.”

The incident follows a spate of recent boundary-pushing events at pop stars’ concerts, with singer Bebe Rexha receiving stitches after a concert goer threw a phone at her head, and fellow singer Ava Max abruptly ended a recent show after a fan rushed the stage and slapped her in the face.

Pink is set to return to Australia, her biggest touring market, for a string of stadium shows in February 2024.

Note to fans: Please leave all dead relatives at home.