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Report: Sheen goes off at Kings game
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Report: Sheen goes off at Kings game

Published Jun. 7, 2012 1:00 a.m. ET

Former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen launched into an F-bomb-laced tirade Wednesday night after a security guard wouldn't let him return to a Stanley Cup Final game in Los Angeles after he'd left.

Sheen went outside for a cigarette during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, apparently unaware of Staples Center rules against re-entry.

The "Anger Management" actor first tried to reason and plead to a pretty, pony-tailed guard in a red blazer, asking, "What does common sense direct?"

A moment later, he lost it.


His sexually explicit tirade was captured in a video posted on TMZ.

Sheen's pals tried keeping him away from paparazzi, but the actor wanted to make a point.

Sheen, 46, composed himself and looked directly into a camera, asking, "Is common sense and common courtesy, like, gone in society? That was what I was trying to impress upon her."

"Let a guy back in the door he just walked out of, I mean come on," Sheen added. "Common sense, that's all."

The guard told cameras she gave Sheen a piece of her mind.

"Did you not hear me tell him to f*** off?" she said. "I don't care who he is."

The Devils beat the Kings 3-1 for their first win in the best-of-seven series. Game 5 is in Newark, N.J., on Saturday.


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