Mickey Rourke: 'Innate respect for the insane'
Mickey Rourke, renaissance man. Our man Mickey -- who's gone from actor to boxer to ummm ... well, we loved your movies! -- was arrested Thursday morning in Miami Beach on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to the Associated Press.
Pulled over while making some erratic moves on his green scooter, Rourke "had a flushed face and bloodshot, watery eyes, his speech was slurred, and he had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath," the police report said. He failed field sobriety and blood alcohol tests, according to the report.
I'm not going to sully the man any further, because Rourke was a god in the 80s. If he wants to pull a "Nick Nolte" once in a while, he's entitled. Just next time, spring for a designated scooter driver.
TOP 5 MICKEY ROURKE FLICKS OF THE 80s:
5. Rumble Fish (1983): "Even the most primitive of societies have an innate respect for the insane."
4. The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984): "This might be your church, right now I'm the Pope of Greenwich Village 'cause I got the tape alright?"
3. Diner (1982): "If you don't have good dreams, Bagel, you got nightmares."
2. Nine 1/2 Weeks (1986): "I saw myself in you."
1. Barfly (1987): "Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible lives they must lead."