Calling all Warlocks: we know when and where you can party with Charlie Sheen.
Following his live show in NYC on April 8, the actor will host a shindig in Carlstadt, New Jersey, a town with a population of around 6,000 that typically employs three police officers per shift.
But, as TMZ reports, the police department will be extra careful with the gathering at Dragonfly nightclub. At least 10 officers will be brought in to handle crowd and traffic control.
Combing this news with the latest security fears from Denise Richards, at least Sheen's antics are resulting in extra work around the country. Still, there has to be a safer, less insane way to create jobs, doesn't there?Meanwhile, if you wish to see Sheen on TV and not in person, circle April 12 on your calendar.
On that date, the star will play a role on Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza. It airs on the Game Show Network and the appearance dates back to January, when Charlie joined the show's cast on stage for a performance at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
In his sketch, Sheen separates the men from "the trolls" and is assisted by comics Ryan Stiles and Greg Proops.