Troubled actor turned pop culture phenomenon Charlie Sheen continued his media-“winning” streak on a local radio station.
Sheen called Philly station Wired 96.5 Thursday night after the station caught his attention in a rather unique way.
Program director "Kannon" came up with the idea to rent a plane and fly a banner over Sheen’s Los Angeles home.
The banner said “Wired 96.5 and Philly loves you, we have your next role. Please call us.”
Sheen did just that and engaged in a bizarre yet undeniably entertaining interview, which has become the norm for the actor during his recent media blitz.
Sheen has spoken on his dispute with the creators of his hit show “Two and a Half Men,” during numerous appearances on television and radio.
“I’m deeply flattered, you guys are radicals,” Sheen told the station.
Sheen called Wired 96.5 around 20 minutes after spotting the plane, according to the station.
“I came outside and said ‘what’s all that noise, this amateur pilot is stuck in a circle,” said Sheen.
Yet despite the humorous nature of the interview, it could end up causing some serious consequences for the actor.
The call may have violated terms of the custody arrangement he reached with his ex-wife Brooke Mueller, according to website TMZ.
“The thing today, we reached a deal,” said Sheen.
“I can’t talk or say what it is obviously, but there’s no court Monday.”
Despite Sheen’s legal problems, Wired insists that Sheen has more to say.
“He wants to talk and we’re going to give him a chance to talk,” said Wired employee Chio Acosta.
Sheen is expected to talk with the station once again on Friday morning at 9 a.m.
You can listen to Sheen’s entire interview here.