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Charlie Sheen Drunkenly Stumbles into Taco Bell Drive-Thru Line

By    |   Monday, 21 Jul 2014 01:53 PM

Charlie Sheen was captured on video walking through a Taco Bell drive-thru last week, smiling and apologizing for being so "hammered."

In the video, Sheen, who was waiting at the drive-thru window, gets called over to a car by two fans waiting in line. They tell him they think he's awesome, and he appears glad to hear it. He shakes their hands, and says, "Sorry I'm so f***ing hammered."

TMZ explained that the fan posted the video to YouTube on Tuesday, however it's unclear when exactly it was shot.

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The fans in the clip seem eager to keep the conversation with Sheen going, so they ask him to show them his tattoo, pointing at his chest. Sheen obliges, and literally rips open his shirt, revealing what appears to be a Charlie Brown tattoo. He also showed off his Cincinnati Reds ink on his forearm, giving the team a brief shout-out.

"You're hilarious!" the fan proclaims from the front seat of his car.

Sheen is then interrupted by a friend, who tells him "Let 'em go!"

For those worried the former star of "Two and a Half Men" might have been driving, TMZ reported that, "You can see his typically chauffeur-driven Benz in the background" of the video.

Sheen has yet to comment on the video, and his Twitter profile hasn't received a single post since late June.

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