Don’t Worry, New York. The NYPD is Ready for Charlie Sheen
By Ben Fractenberg
MIDTOWN — New York's Finest have what it takes to handle things when a "warlock" such as Charlie Sheen comes to town.
"We have a big police force, we’re ready for him," Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Friday morning when asked about Charlie Sheen's visit to Radio City Music Hall for performances on Friday and Sunday.
But would the city's top cop catch the show?
"I don’t think so," Kelly said.
Sheen is reportedly renting out a block of rooms at the Trump International Hotel at Columbus Circle during his stay in Manhattan.
That hotel is steps away from the Plaza Hotel, where Sheen’s wild antics boiled over last October when he reportedly trashed his room while porn star Capri Anderson cowered in a closet.
Sheen’s "Torpedo of Truth" show opened in Detroit to poor reviews, but has reportedly been revamped.
"This IS where you will hear the REAL story from the Warlock," Sheen write about the show on Radio City Music Hall’s website. "Bring it. I dare you to keep up with me."
In perhaps a moment of recognition about a disaster even bigger than himself, Sheen has promised to donate $1 of every ticket sold to the Japanese Earthquake Relief Fund.