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Charlie Sheen ‘Calls On’ Audience Member in San Francisco

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Charlie Sheen’s “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour is almost at an end. However, the tour continues to spark controversy for the behavior of its star. Now, he has challenged an audience member to a fight!

On Saturday night (April 30) in San Francisco, Charlie Sheen was clearly in no mood for audience participation of a rather negative kind. When he was heckled by one man in the audience, the former “Two and a Half Men” star launched a profane rant at him and challenged the guy to a fight, live on stage.

“Get your f***king ass down here or leave the building,” Sheen yelled angrily.

But security staff at the unfortunately had no intention of letting an altercation develop on their watch. They removed the man from the audience and allowed the show to go on.

On a more positive note, Sheen pledged to donate all the profits from merchandise sold on the night to a fund for Bryan Stow, the San Fran Giants fan who was brutally beaten outside of Dodger Stadium last month. Some generous Sheen fans, without heckling him, then came up on stage and donated $100 bills to the fund.

Charlie Sheen’s My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour gets wrapped up tomorrow, Tuesday May 3, in Everett, Washington.

Then, presumably, the former “Two and a Half Men” star will have to start concentrate on finding himself a new job! Have you got a favorite project you would really like to see Sheen film?

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