SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Actor Jason London was arrested at a Scottsdale bar after he allegedly punched a bouncer over the weekend.
A police report released Tuesday said the actor from the movie “Dazed and Confused” was involved in the incident at Martini Ranch around 1:30 a.m. Sunday near Scottsdale and Camelback roads.
It all started when London sneezed on a man while walking by and was asked if he was going to apologize, the police report said.
That's when London reportedly punched him.
He was then thrown out of the bar and continued fighting some people, police said.
The initial 911 call then came in, asking for medical assistance.
London was later arrested and was rowdy in the police car.
He allegedly yelled profanity and homophobic slurs at the police officers.
"I f---ing own you guys so hard. I'm rich and I'm a m-----f---ing famous actor! F---ing look me up, b----!" he said to police, according to the report.
An officer also wrote in the report that he turned around to see London lean to the left and defecate.
"I told you that I'm happy as s---!" London reportedly said.
London was charged with assault and disorderly conduct.
ABC15 also reported that day that a bouncer was stabbed at the same bar around 1 a.m. The incidents were not related.
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