Charlie Sheen has seen it all. Takes A LOT to faze the guy.
Not only did the actor/crazy man survive the Gathering of the Juggalos this weekend, he had the crowd on its feet, even as it hurled insults and objects at him.
The audience erupted as Sheen, not even losing his train of thought, started catching the flying cans and bottles airmailed at his face with his bare hands.
The former Two and a Half Men star, who will soon be killed by a train on the sitcom, even had the crowd cheering his name and "Winning!" on command:
Typically, having objects hurled at you in the first place means your act isn't "winning," as Sheen learned in Detroit. But at the Gathering, it's standard.
The annual festival put on by Psychopathic Records features performances by the label and its artists as well as other groups and underground acts.
To call it a wild scene would be an understatement, as most of the acts and fans are pretty hard core. Sort of similar to Sheen's house earlier this year.