09:28 04 April 2011
Charlie Sheen's first night of his new tour ended in disaster, after the troubled star was booed off stage.
Sheen's one man show, entitled Violent Torpedo of Truth: Defeat is Not an Option, opened in Detroit on 3 April and was greeted at first with rapturous applause.
However, fans of the former Two and a Half Men actor reportedly began to walk out within 15 minutes.
Sheen had apparently promised to tell "the real story", but critics said he gave a "series of nonsensical rants" instead.
Forty-five-year-old Sheen opened with a monologue, before discussing his "napalm dripping brain" and describing himself as a "giant and leaky bag of mayhem".
At one point, he responded to one heckle by saying: "I already got your money, dude."
The performance ended after an hour when Sheen failed to return after a musical break.
The Detroit show was the first in 22 sold-out gigs planned for the US and Canada.
Sheen was fired from hit US comedy Two and a Half Men in March after a series of reports about his controversial personal life.
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