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Charlie Sheen's Machete: Why Did the Actor Have the Weapon?

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Mar. 8 2011, Published 8:39 a.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen took his crazy antics one step further yesterday, when the actor waved a massive machete around from the roof of an office building in Beverly Hills. So where did the machete come from and why did he feel the need to display the weapon?

According to E! News, the machete does not belong to the 45-year-old actor, it belongs to a Live Nation executive. Charlie was on the rooftop of the Live Nation building and was lent the machete as a prop.

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Charlie was at the office for a "business meeting" and during a smoke break on the roof with his goddess Natalie Kenly, Charlie began engaging calmly with the paparazzi, simply waving (with no weapon at first) for the photo op.

Realizing the most needed to be made from Charlie's appearance at the Live Nation building, a company exec "ran into his office to retrieve the machete and then informed Sheen to give his best Che Guevara and wave it around for the cameras," E! News reports.

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"Charlie grabbed it and was like, 'Cool. Viva la revolución!'" a source told E!.

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His machete-wielding antics, however, were a big hit with the paparazzi and only fueled Charlie's bizarre actions, as he yelled "Free at Last" from the rooftop and reportedly said he needed his own machete for his "warlock arsenal."

Catch the clip below. Do you feel better about the actor's rooftop episode? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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