Charlie Sheen honoured by 'violent' 'Two and a Half Men' death

Published Aug 10 2011, 19:17 BST  |  By

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Charlie Sheen has revealed that he is looking forward to seeing how his character on Two and a Half Men is killed off.

Rumours surfaced earlier this week on TMZ that Sheen's character Charlie Harper would meet an untimely death in Paris, with his new wife and former stalker Rose pushing him in front of an oncoming train after finding him in the shower with another woman.

Sheen told the website that he is flattered by the reports, insisting that he is glad to see his character go out with a bang.

"I am honoured that it took something as large and violent as an oncoming train to terminate my character," he said. "Anything less would have been an insult!"

Sheen was fired from the CBS sitcom in March after a public feud with show creator Chuck Lorre.

Sheen's co-star Jon Cryer recently revealed that the actor's sacking from Two and a Half Men was "an awful thing to be part of", claiming that he is happy the show is back on track.

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