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Friday 19 December 2014

Charlie Sheen hunts for monster

Charlie Sheen has been on the hunt for Nessie
Charlie Sheen has been on the hunt for Nessie

Charlie Sheen has flown to Scotland for a day - to hunt for the Loch Ness monster.

The former Two And A Half Men star boarded his private jet with two friends last week for the last-minute adventure, TMZ reported.

Former hellraiser Charlie later posted a snap of himself on Twitter wearing a bronze helmet, and his friend Brian Pekk.

Referring to science college the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he wrote: "Once again MIT grant sanctioned archaeologists Pekk & Sheen, rig battle gear for tonight's sortie on the Loch Ness."

According to TMZ, the friends rented out a castle and a boat and headed out to search for Nessie, with a bottle of scotch.

The Sun quoted Aldourie Castle general manager, Lavinia Turner, as saying: "All I can say is that Mr Sheen and his party were perfect guests and thoroughly enjoyed their trip to Scotland and Loch Ness.

"They had a wonderful and relaxing time but unfortunately didn't see any sign of Nessie although I'm sure they'll be back in the future to try again."

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