Richard Fuller, who was attending the 4,000-capacity Townsville leg of the group's Australian tour with daughter Kristen on October 18, said that he was asked to leave the arena and was then later fined $450 (?292) for the incident.
Fuller told The Daily Telegraph: "I didn't think I was annoying anyone and everyone was cheering for me.
"I was standing up on my chair double fist-pumping, but I didn't want to block people's view. That's why I went into the aisle. I'd been dancing the whole time but they took me out as the band was finishing. I missed the last song."
Kristen described her father's dance moves as "legendary", adding: "He was having a good time dancing away. He really didn't do anything wrong."
However, one of the security guards claimed that Richard slapped him when he was told to stop dancing. Magistrate Ross Mack therefore fined him yesterday for common assault and warned him against dancing in public.
"You are too old to dance, Mr Fuller," he said. "Patrons have come to see the band, not some guy next to them."
Richards said that he was embarrassed but had no regrets.