Polish prosecutors investigating whether satanic concert broke law

If you thought the Super Bowl halftime show was a bit much, consider what was happening in Poland last Sunday.

Polish prosecutors are weighing possible charges against a heavy metal band whose concert featured live models hanging from crosses as if they'd been crucified.

The backdrop for the Norwegian band Gorgoroth consisted of several naked women and one man, all covered in blood and apparently crucified on six-foot crosses. Sheep heads and satanic pentagrams also were on display as the band performed in front of hundreds of teen-agers.

In predominantly Catholic Poland, offending religious feelings is punishable by up to two years in prison. Prosecutors say they're reviewing the concert, which was recorded in a Krakow public television studio.