The star of the “The Flash” movies, Ezra Miller, was arrested in Hawaii and accused of being disorderly in a bar.
Shortly after midnight on March 28, Miller, 29, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for an incident at a Hilo, Hawaii, bar, according to Hawaii County police.
About 30 minutes earlier, police responded to the bar for a disorderly person.
Investigators said Miller became agitated while patrons of the bar began singing karaoke, according to the report. Miller started to yell obscenities and grabbed the microphone from a woman singing.
He later lunged at a 32-year-old man playing darts, police said.
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The bar owner asked Miller to calm down several times, but “The Flash” refused, according to the report.
Miller was arrested and his bail was set at $500. He posted bail and was released.
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