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A teen caused such a scene at a local movie theater that he got arrested, police said.
Louisville Metro Police charged Dustin T. Perkins, 19, with disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing after they say he was disrupting a movie playing at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Cinemark Theater in Mall St. Matthews.
Police say they were already at the theater when they received a report that Perkins, in long pink hair, was “causing a public inconvenience” and being an “annoyance” by making unreasonable noise, according to an arrest report.
Officers and movie-goers asked Perkins to stay quiet several times but he refused. A police officer then told him to leave the theater, but he refused again, becoming “combative.” He also became combative with a Drug Enforcement Agency agent who witnessed the incident, police said.
A Cinemark manager declined to comment.