On Thursday morning, Ashton Kutcher awoke to the sound of his neighbor’s jack-hammering construction and responded with an expletive-laden video blog. But, after a change of heart, the star took to his Twitter and video site Qik.com to apologize to his neighbor.
“I’ve calmed down from my morning spazz-out. You’re very vulnerable at 7 AM,” he said in a video posted on Qik.com on Thursday afternoon. “I like my alarm clock to be a nice tune, like John Mayer or something like that. But in light of reflection, I just want to say, I will be more tolerant of my neighbor’s construction in the morning, as he tolerated my construction at my home.”
“I thank the Twitter nation for being so understanding of what it’s like to be woken up by the neighbors, so God bless,” he added.
Later, in a pair of videos posted on Friday, Ashton and wife Demi Moore were captured throwing down bottles of Vitamin Water to workers in the neighbor’s construction site. And, in a stunt borrowed from John Cusack in “Say Anything,” Ashton held up speakers during the clip, playing Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes,” in the direction of the workers.
“Redemption. Feels good,” Ashton said in the video.
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