One late night on the sunset strip, while everyone was walking their own separate ways, there was a young red head prancing his way through 'the jungle' of a sidewalk. Where he was going, no one knew. But with hair teased that high and the look in his eye told you to get out of his way. He looked from the left, and to the right. With his eyebrows narrowed and his mouth tightly closed, W. Axl Rose stopped at his destination.
Just as he was about to enter, a man with overly done eyeliner and a beer gut stared at the young rock star.
Axl looked right back at him with a piercing stare. "You want somethin'?" he snapped.
"N-no..." The man stammered.
"Well to bad 'cause you're gettin' somethin'." Axl sneered as he walked towards the man. Soon they were hurling fists and biting flesh until the beer-gutted-man pulled out a knife and put it to the singer's valuable throat.
"Not so tough now, are ya?" he panted. Axl didn't dare move. His eyes searched for something-anything that might help him. Noting. He closed his eyes. This is it. He had gotten in too deep this time. Why didn't he just walk into the building like he was supposed to? But that man...the look he had on his face
well it didn't really matter. This is the end. Goodbye world
he thought to himself as he silently gulped, Take care of Izzy and Erin for me. Let Erin know I love her. And Izzy
just try to keep him out of trouble...
Just as Axl thought those last thoughts, a hand came and grabbed the knife away from the young red head's throat.
"Is there a problem here, Sir?" OH THANK GOD. The hand belonged to a police officer who looked as if he could take the man and Axl out without breaking a sweat.
"What? Nowell yesuhhh
" Axl smiled as he saw the fear in the man's eyes. Who's tough now, wuss?
"I think you need to come with me." The officer calmly said.
"Butwaitno! It's not my fault!" the man cried as he was taken away into the police car. As the policeman drove off, Axl tipped his head and smiled in thanks. That night, as the young Axl Rose walked into the moderately large building, he thanked all policemen everywhere. He knew it would be the first, and the last time he would ever do so.