Neither Charlie Sheen, or the team he was rooting for, ended up “winning” Wednesday night.
At L.A.'s Staples Center for the Los Angeles Kings game against the New Jersey Devils, TMZ caught the former Two and a Half Men star cursing out a security guard for refusing to let him re-enter the stadium after he stepped out to take a smoke break. (Staples Center policy states that guests cannot re-enter the arena during events once they have exited).
Sheen, 46, didn't take too kindly to the security guard's decision to lay down the law.
"You know what? F---ing blow my balls, alright, you f---ing a--hole," he screamed at the woman.
Later, Sheen explained to TMZ's cameraman he was simply attempting to "impress upon her" the importance of "common sense."
"Let a guy walk back in a door he just walked out of, you know?" the actor opined. "Have common sense and common courtesy gone in society?"
In his interview with the June 21 issue of Rolling Stone, the volatile star -- who made headlines in 2011 for his infamous hospitalization, breakdown, and firing from Two and a Half Men -- admits he's no longer sober.
"I don't see what's wrong with a few drinks," he tells the mag, adding that he drinks his vodka neat because "ice is for injuries."
He also says he'd be down for another hook-up with ex-wife Denise Richards, to whom he was married from 2002-2006.
"She still looks f---ing great," he raves. "Do I want to? Yeah! Does she? Don't know!"