Bono took shelter inside Nice restaurant during Bastille Day terrorist attack:

Apparently Bono’s presence in a City doesn’t usher in God’s Protective Angels as with other prophets.
But men worship him just the same…

Irish rockstar Bono was among scores of people police escorted to safety after the deadly Bastille Day attack along the Nice promenade, according to a French report.

The U2 frontman was dining at the posh La Petite Maison restaurant in Nice as throngs of terrified people poured into side streets near Place Massena while fleeing the besieged Promenade des Anglais, restaurant co-owner Anne-Laure Rubi told the La Parisienne magazine.

Bono — along with celebrity chef Alain Ducasse — took shelter from the popular eatery’s terrace after Mohamed Bouhlel plowed through the promenade with an 18-ton refrigeration truck.