Charlie Sheen gets heckled during one-man stage show debut

London: The first performance of Charlie Sheen`s sold out tour in Detroit ended with the star being booed off stage.

The actor kicked off his stand-up tour telling the audience that he wanted them to enjoy "a night of winning".

But by the end of `Violent Torpedo of Truth Defeat is Not an Option`, fans booed and heckled the former `Two and a Half Men` star, demanding their money back, reported a daily.

But the unapologetic actor was uninterested, telling one member of the crowd, "I`ve already got your money, dude."

The crowds booed and heckled throughout the show which was opened by Sheen`s two goddesses kissing him on stage.

Sheen didn`t help saying, "Let me tell you a story about crack. Figured Detroit was a good place to try this joke."

The 70-minute show hadn`t even ended when the first reviews were in, and they were brutal.

Twitter was awash with comments from fans at the show, with the hash-tag `bombing` becoming one of the most tweeted.

The capacity crowd at the 5,100-seat Fox Theatre in Detroit rebelled before he left the stage, chanting "refund!" and walking out in droves.

Promising to give fans the real story behind his much publicised break-down, the 45-year-old Sheen kicked off a month-long, 20-city tour Saturday night, with the second show scheduled for Chicago.


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