Can anyone stop this train wreck?  I am sorry but someone needs to!

A sold-out crowd of more than 4,500 packed into the Fox Theater in Detroit on Saturday, curious to lay eyes on the media spectacle that has become Charlie Sheen. But from all reports, it was a thoroughly disastrous night for the "warlock."

First, audience members heckled the warm-up comedian so badly, according to, Sheen had to step onstage and intervene -- to no avail. The comic was booed off the stage, and house lights soon came up, causing the impatient masses to grow even more restless.

When the headliner himself launched into his first 'Violent Torpedo of Truth' performance, an hour after the disjointed show first started, reports that a standing ovation for the former 'Two and a Half Men' star soon gave way to boos, jeers and walk-outs. Sources say many asked for their money back.
The concert is promoted by LiveNation as the launch of a 20-city tour with dates throughout the month of April. Inside, souvenirs were hawked to fans, such as $20 programs and $30 T-shirts ("F---ing Brilliant!" and "I'm on a drug. It's called Charlie Sheen").