Malibu, CA - Troubled Hollywood Jack-of-all-trades, Mel Gibson and just as troubled actor, Charlie Sheen were found near Gibson's Malibu home Thursday night crouched on all fours and howling loudly at the moon. Neighbors heard a commotion and, thinking it was coyotes, went to investigate.
What they found, instead, were Sheen and Gibson, buck naked, down on their hands and knees and doing, what the neighbors claim to be, the best coyote imitation they'd ever heard coming from human beings. Although one neighbor did state that the sight before him was anything but human.
"These guys are clearly off their rockers," claims the aforementioned neighbor who, because of his celebrity, did not want to be identified. "I've spent many a night in my home hearing what I thought were coyotes outside, and now come to find out it was my nutty neighbor and his pal Sheen all along," he said.
Although police were called to the scene, they did not arrest the men but instead told them to put their shorts back on and get inside, which they did. Witnesses say the police then escorted Sheen back to his home, which is currently doubling as The Charlie Sheen Rehab Center, so that he could continue his rehabilitation, which Sheen claims is working wonders.
One witness claims he overhead a police officer tell Sheen to get his act together because he was tired of having to view repeats of Sheen's hit show Two and a Half Men. Obviously, the officer was referring to producer Chuck Lorre's decision to shut down production of the show indefinitely to give Sheen time to clean up his act.
Many wonder if this is just another publicity stunt by Gibson to keep his name in the papers. Said one woman, also wishing to remain anonymous, "With Mel, you never know. I wouldn't be surprised if he went over to Sheen's house and plied him with alcohol to go along with this just so he could see his name in the papers again. It wouldn't be the first time," she said, "and I'm pretty sure it's not going to be the last."
Sheen could not be reached for comment. Gibson, however, actually called TMZ and offered to do a re-enactment of the incident for future airing, sans Sheen of course, "if the money's there."