So what caused Charlie's anger to flare? Was he angry that Elvis's stained pants failed to sell? Or was it because Iran fell out with Canada or the revelation that cats are a danger to humans? No, it was because Apple don't allow users to transfer music from one device to another without using iTunes.
Whilst admitting that Steve Jobs was "a genius" who had "changed the world for ever and for the better", Charlie revealed, "the fact you can't share music between devices makes me very angry." So angry in fact that he picked up his iPad and threw it at the nearest wall. "I looked over and the whole thing was sticking out of the wall."
All of which means Charlie is either a strong contender for the US shot put team for Rio 2016 or the wall was made from a soft material, like the wobbly sets in Neighbours. Perhaps this all went down on the set of Charlie's brand new hit sitcom, Anger Management.
By the way, did you know there's only one place in the whole of the UK where you can watch Anger Management when it debuts on Wednesday 12th September at 9 in the pm? It's true. And that place is your second home: Comedy Central.
Of course, our Charlie's not the first celebrity to be rubbed up the wrong way by Apple. Last week it came to light that Bruce Willis is apparently considering suing the software behemoth over who owns the rights to his music collection when he dies. To be honest, we were relieved to hear that was for real, we thought it was the 'we're-running-out-of-ideas' plot for Die Hard 6.
Anyway, just a quick reminder for any of you at the back who weren’t listening just now. The UK Premiere of Charlie Sheen’s brand new sitcom, Anger Management, is on Wednesday 12th September at 9pm. Don’t miss it. We will be checking up on you. And you won’t like us when we’re angry.
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