Actor Josh Brolin has opened up about his wild past in a new magazine interview, admitting he used to throw punches at the police during his youth.
The No Country For Old Men star sat down with editors at Men's Health for their upcoming February (13) issue and during their chat, he revealed he often fell foul of the law during his teenage years.
He says, ""When I was 19, a fight broke out, and when the police came, I fought the police. I was pretty drunk. To this day, I have no idea what the fight was about. I woke up in jail. The police were very angry with me. Very angry. They kicked my a** really well.""
Brolin also confessed he frequently broke into cars and swiped expensive audio equipment: ""I stole a lot of radios from cars. I could pop the deal (lock) with a coat hanger real easy. I got very good at it. I can still do it today.""
Brolin's bad boy confessions couldn't come at a worse time for the 44 year old - he spent New Year's Day (01Jan13) in jail after he was arrested for public intoxication and has since been fined $250 (£156).
He was also charged with interfering with police business following a bar brawl in Louisiana in 2008. The actor escaped prosecution following the fracas.
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