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Thursday 23 October 2014

Patrick Schwarzenegger hurls ice at DJ

Patrick Schwarzenegger

Patrick Schwarzenegger was kicked out of a nightclub for being “obnoxious” and entering the premises illegally.

The 19-year-old son of Hollywood icon and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is said to have entered The Sayers Club in Los Angeles Saturday night illegally.

The establishment requires all partygoers be 21 years of age or older.

According to TMZ Patrick got into the disco by using a “fake ID”.

Once inside, the website reports the teenager was “rowdy and obnoxious”.

After annoying folks with his puerile behaviour for some time, Patrick decided to begin “throwing ice cubes at the DJ”.

Bouncers were not impressed by the frosty altercation. Once they figured out he was underage Patrick was immediately removed from the venue.

Outside the club he was overheard “ranting about wanting to beat up the DJ”.

In the state of California the use of a false identification card is a misdemeanour. One can be put in jail for up to a year and fined $1000 if prosecuted.

No charges have been brought against Patrick. The star and his representatives have not yet commented on the matter.

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