Charlie Sheen's 'Torpedo of Truth' Bombs in NYC (VIDEO)
After rebounding from his first debacle in Detroit with successful shows in Chicago and Cleveland, Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour hit another snag as he was booed off of the stage at Radio City Music Hall after less than an hour.
Sheen's gig started 30 minutes later than planned, which already put in a foul mood as they waited for the erratic star's stage show. Then, once he took the stage, the night only got worse and more disappointing as fans booed and heckled Sheen until the show abruptly ended.
One attendee told CBS NY that Sheen fans "were running around naked and booing and screaming. And it was horrible. For the money that we spent it was an atrocity." Another chimed in that Sheen himself "was boring. He had nothing to say. He wasn’t … even his stories that he was telling about his hotel epics were boring."
Watch a video of fans reacting to Sheen's NYC downfall:
Sheen was scheduled to perform at Radio City on Sunday night for a second performance. There's no word on if that has changed after the disastrous first night. Since arriving in New York City Thursday night, Sheen has been seen around town with his "goddesses" in tow, and even partied with Ronnie from Jersey Shore on Friday night.