Joy Division and New Order drummer Stephen Morris has spoken to NME.COM about the recent stealing of Ian Curtis' gravestone..Hearing that the stone had been taken from its site at a cemetery in Macclesfield, Morris said he could not comprehend why someone would take it."I just don't understand why anyone would do it," he said. "You couldn't sell it on eBay - it's ridiculous and very upsetting."He added: "There had been the [Joy Division] films (the 2007 'Control' movie and the recent eponymous documentary) so maybe someone thought they could cash in… or maybe it's someone who is a bit deranged - you'd have to be."The drummer explained that he and those associated with the band and Curtis' family were upset by the theft."I'm speechless. It really is not a very nice thing at all," he said. Morris then urged the culprit to "have a bit of dignity about it" and to anonymously leave the gravestone somewhere it could be found.