Charlie Sheen had quite the eventful Saturday night.
The 50-year-old actor went to Hennessey's Tavern in Dana Point, California, but was eventually put into a headlock by security and thrown out of the bar, as seen in exclusive surveillance video footage obtained by ET.
The former Two and a Half Men star "was being loud in the dining room" and was then escorted out by security, a manager on duty at the time tells ET about the tense moment. Still, Sheen was later friendly with security, the manager says, and even took a photo with them afterwards.
"There was a big crowd around Charlie all night," the manager says. "People were having a lot of fun with him. Alcohol most likely was a factor."
The altercation happened when a woman was videotaping Sheen and she didn't stop when she was asked to, another eyewitness tells ET.
"The funny thing was, he and his bodyguards were leaving to go back up to L.A. when the girl [was] trying to videotape him and that's when the altercation happened," he says. "It was nothing serious though."
But Sheen did manage to leave quite the impression on his fellow bar patron.
"He has a bad rap, which I get, but once you meet him in person and actually hang out with the guy, he's pretty awesome," the eyewitness says.
Sheen has mostly laid low since going on a Twitter rampage against his second ex-wife, Denise Richards, in June. "Denise Richards is a shake down piece of s**t doosh phace," he wrote. "See u in court you evil terrorist sack of landfill rash."
The actor has two daughters with Richards -- 11-year-old Sam and 10-year-old Lola -- and 6-year-old twins with his third ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, Bob and Max. Sheen also has a 30-year-old daughter, Cassandra Jade Estevez, from a former relationship with his high school girlfriend.
In August, Sheen joked about wanting to be Donald Trump's running mate, after Owen Wilson referred to the 69-year-old Republican presidential hopeful as the Charlie Sheen of politics. Watch below: