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You’re the one that I want — to stay far away from.
Original “Grease” actor Eddie Deezen was busted at a Maryland restaurant Thursday for allegedly going on a rampage in which he refused to leave and threw plates and food at cops, according to a report.
The 64-year-old was hauled out of the LaVale, Md., eatery Thursday — wearing handcuffs but no shirt — for “causing a scene” that required police to respond, TMZ said.
Cops claim Deezen attempted to hide behind a woman sitting in a booth when they showed up and refused multiple demands to exit the building, resulting in him being forcibly removed.
As they tried to take him out, Deezen started tossing everything from plates and food to bowls and other items at the officers, striking one of them, the report said.
The actor, who played Eugene Felsnic in the 1978 “Grease” musical, has since been charged with second-degree assault, disorderly conduct and trespassing, TMZ said.
Earlier this year, the actor was involved in another incident at a Maryland eatery, where he was accused of allegedly harassing a waitress and detailing his infatuation with her via Facebook.
“Eddie Deezen is a f—ing CREEP who comes into my work at least once a week, calls and asks other servers for my schedule, and if he comes in and I’m not wearing makeup HE LEAVES,” wrote waitress Kara Lashbaugh on Twitter back in June with screengrabs of Deezen’s all-caps posts about her. “And this grown-ass old man has the balls to post this on Facebook about me I’m losing my mind.”
TMZ said it’s not clear if the two eatery incidents are related.
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