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'Twilight' Actor Bronson Pelletier Caught on Video Drunk & Peeing in Public at LAX [VIDEO]

Travelers Today       By    Katie McFadden

Updated: Jan 03, 2013 03:12 PM EST

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Bronson Pelletier (left) was arrested for public intoxication and urination at LAX.

"Twilight" actor Bronson  was arrested at LAX after getting drunk at the airport and peeing in public last month and now there's video to prove it.

Bronson Pelletier, who played a member of the wolf pack in the movies, was taken off of a plane at Los Angeles International Airport by police when they received a call about an unruly passenger at around 11:30 a.m., TMZ reports. Pelletier had been causing a disturbance on board as he was highly intoxicated.

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Police took Pelletier, 25, off the plane as he was too drunk to fly. They made him wait in the terminal at LAX for another flight so he would have time to sober up. The police left Pelletier as he waited for his next flight, but they received a call a few minutes later about a further disturbance.

Pelletier might have thought he was playing a wolf in the forest of a Twilight set, because he was drunk enough to urinate in public by the gate. An airport staff member tried to get Pelletier to settle down, but he was so drunk that he started peeing right on the carpet of the terminal until airport police came, tackled him to the ground and handcuffed him. Pelletier can be heard screaming and crying in the background.

 

 

 He was arrested for public intoxication. He was taken to jail and booked for the misdemeanor charge.

Pelletier was later released. When TMZ approached Pelletier about the issue, before the video was released, he tried to deny the fact that he peed in the terminal and he blames his intoxication on a fan buying him drinks.

Now a representative is telling TMZ that Pelletier knows he has a problem and will be entering an addiction  treatment center in the near future.

There are several instances of people getting drunk on planes or in airports, which didn't turn out so well.

In November, a Texas A&M football fan started a fight in a New Orleans airport which was caught on video. The end of he video shows him being taken away by police.

In September, a businessman was so drunk that he started handing out cash to passengers on his plane and later ate his cell phone sim card.

Also in September, a drunk male model was arrested after he tried harassed passengers on a United Airlines flight and even tried to make a woman kiss him.

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