Former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen may revamp his road tour and take it overseas in June, reports The Hollywood Reporter, citing an interview Sheen did with a Sydney, Australia, radio station.
Sheen called in to the show and said he plans to focus on a two-week tour of Australia, Asia and Europe after he helps fund-raise for victims of the tornadoes in Alabama, the story says.
"If I pick out six cities over two weeks and if it wasn’t about violent torpedoes and truth seeking but more about an evening with Charlie Sheen, if I told people what to expect maybe they wouldn’t heckle me like the drunk clowns that they are,” Sheen said.
The actor also noted that he was "so relieved" to be finished with his U.S. and Canada tour. "I think the tour was overbooked and it went on too long," Sheen said.