Sheen fueled up his private jet and headed for the highlands, where he and two friends went hunting for the mysterious Loch Ness monster.
The actor, ex-baseball star Todd Zeile and friend Brian Pekk, armed with one particularly awesome helmet, rented out a castle near the Loch for their adventure.
A source close to Sheen said the trio grabbed a bottle of scotch and rented a boat in search of the creature, but no luck.
They group headed back to Los Angeles the next day, sans proof of the legendary lake dweller.
Sheen did, however, tweet about it, even composing a bit of poetry.
once again— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) July 5, 2013
MIT grant sanctioned archeologists
Pekk & Sheen,
rig battle gear
for tonight's sortie on
the Loch Ness.
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