Guns N' Roses fans were a bit better better behaved at the second show at MetLife Stadium on Sunday night, but police still made several arrests.

New Jersey State Police spokesman Sgt. First Class Gregory Williams said there were 18 arrests at Guns N' Roses second sweaty show at MetLife Stadium on Sunday night for the Not in This LIfetime reunion tour.

According to Williams there were eight disorderly arrests, two of which resulted in ejection from the stadium. There were also one arrest each for harassment, simple assault and criminal trespassing.

30 people were arrested during Saturday night's show including Kimberly Goodman, 30, of Mahwah, who was charged with aggravated assault on a police officer.

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