After stepping outside for a smoke break, Charlie Sheen was caught throwing yet another public fit when guards refused to let him re-enter the Staples Center for the L.A. Kings game in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday (June 6).
Surrounded by his posse outside, the "Anger Management" star was none too pleased to hear they wouldn't bend their policy for him - after which he ended up snapping at a female security guard, yelling, "You know what? F**king blow my balls, alright, you f**king asshole."
Even though Charlie's buddies desperately tried to drag him away from the cameras, the tiger-blooded star was determined to give an interview while walking up to cameras saying, "Have common sense and common courtesy gone in society?"
Talking about the female guard, he added, "That was what I was trying to impress upon her." According to TMZ, the guard admitted to telling Charlie to "F**k off".
The 46-year-old explained his irrational behavior to TMZ, saying, "Bad juju. Clash of the silly." and while leaving, he yelled, "Go Thunder!"