Charlie Sheen Flips Out at Stanley Cup Finals

Jun 7, 2012  •  Post A Comment

At the Staples Center in Los Angeles Wednesday night, where the L.A. Kings lost to the New Jersey Devils in the fourth game of the Stanley Cup Finals, actor Charlie Sheen flipped out when he was not allowed back in the arena after going out for a smoking break, reports TMZ.com.

The policy of the arena states that if you leave the arena, you cannot re-enter — even if you have a ticket. When the female security guard barred Sheen from returning, he got into an altercation and screamed obscenities at her.

While cameras rolled, Charlie yelled, "You know what? F**king blow my balls, all right, you f**king asshole."

A short time later, Charlie’s friends urged him to stop, but the star of FX’s new sitcom "Anger Management" continued. He told a video photographer, "Have common sense and common courtesy gone in society? That was what I was trying to impress upon her."

2 Comments

  1. Yes, Charley. Good question. Where has common courtesy gone?
    Seriously, is there nowhere indoors you can smoke? If not, the arena’s policy stinks (no pun intended).

  2. Charlie has had difficulty getting publicity since his famous meltdown and failed “world tour.” He has to find some way to drum up interest in his new show.
    I agree the arena should make some provision for smokers but picking a fight with a gate guard isn’t going to do anything except make her feel bad. Where is the courtesy in that?

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