Charlie Sheen Bombs in Vancouver
A "Torpedo of Truth tour" that has seen highs and lows touched bottom on Canada's west coast: "It's not even worth the free ticket," said one disappointed fan.
TORONTO – The Charlie Sheen circus tent collapsed in Vancouver Monday night, according to CTV News.
"I don't want to say bad things about him because I love him but he's not winning tonight," one woman told CTV.ca when emerging from the “Torpedo of Truth” performance.
A local contest winner also had two thumbs down for the former Two and a Half Men star.
"We thought it would be good times, but it was just bad. It's not even worth the free ticket, “ he told CTV.ca outside Rogers Arena.
Sheen looks to have lost the media spotlight in Vancouver to Canadian federal election results dominating local minds and TV screens.
“Prime Minister Stephen Harper was first past the post and winning big; Sheen started late and finished lame,” Peter Birnie wrote in the Vancouver Sun newspaper.
As in Toronto, Canadian comic Russell Peters hosted Sheen’s latest stop on the “Torpedo of Truth” tour.
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