Charlie Sheen ripped into a security guard who refused to let him re-enter Staples Center during the Stanley Cup Final game in Los Angeles, the other night. Sheen went outside for a cigarette. Problem is, Staples Center has rules against re-entry. The actor first tried to reason and plead to a pretty, pony-tailed guard in a red blazer, asking, “What does common sense direct?”
Suddenly, he lost it…. dropping F-Bombs and more. Sheen’s pals tried keeping him away from paparazzi, but the actor wanted to make a point.
Afterwards, Sheen 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. Common sense, that’s all.” The guard told cameras she gave Sheen a piece of her mind. She said, “Did you not hear me tell him to f*** off? I don’t care who he is.”
UPDATE: Staples Center defends keeping him out
An exec, Michael Roth, from AEG, which owns Staples Center, said signs inside and outside the arena state that once people exit the building, they are not allowed to return. There are places where smoking is permitted inside Staples Center. The policy was used at “nearly every other venue where tickets are required for entry” is designed for the “safety of fans.” The exec added, “We regret that any patron would direct such abusive language at one of our employees.”