Underage Patrick Schwarzenegger makes many enemies at L.A. club

Getty ImagesArnold's 19-year-old son loves the club scene

Getty ImagesArnold's 19-year-old son loves the club scene

Patrick Schwarzenegger took out a fatwa on a DJ on Saturday night, saying he would “beat the f*** out of” him after he was tossed from L.A.’s Sayers Club.

According to TMZ, Arnold’s 19-year-old son wasn’t even old enough to be in the place, but he comported himself like a seasoned clubber who was royally chuffed to be 86’d. No word yet on why he was given the boot, but even a limo driver told him to get lost, so it appears that everyone in a 2-mile radius hated him. 

The younger Schwarzenegger later tweeted, “Excuse my language, I apologize.” 

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