Retired MLB All-Star Lenny Dykstra, 56 (photo), said he spent hours looking for a Jersey Mike waste container for his $ 80,000 teeth, from late Saturday night to the early hours of Sunday in New Jersey

Retired Major League Baseball All Star Lenny Dykstra, 56, said he spent hours looking for a garbage container outside of a substore for his $ 80,000 dentures from late Saturday night until early Sunday morning.

Dykstra, whose baseball career was split between the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, called himself & # 39; Nails & # 39; while he & # 39; dumpster diving & # 39; documented in video & # 39; s posted on Twitter, & # 39; somewhere in New Jersey. & # 39;

His friend & # 39; Big Mike & # 39 ;, who visits in & # 39; Sprinkles the Clown & # 39; in the professional world of wrestling, was ready to help him film the adventure and track down the expensive set of false teeth.

After hours of searching, Dykstra announced his success in a final video posted on Father's Day, saying: & # 39; Nails never fail! & # 39; while blinking his fake pearly whites before spitting out the bottom half of the set.

In February, Dykstra was accused by neighbors of using his home in New Jersey as & # 39; an illegal guesthouse and a refuge for drug users & # 39; although he denied the allegations.

In March he dropped drug charges in Garden State after pleading guilty to disorderly behavioral surcharges in an incident related to allegedly threatening to shoot and kill a Uber driver.

Dykstra fell back again almost during the weekend, when he almost lost his expensive dentures after a cheap meal in a substore.

Dykstra said he had taken his fake teeth away and wrapped them in a napkin while he ate his sandwich, and finally threw the teeth into the trash can.

& # 39; I removed them because of the sub. It was a good sub, but it was a bit difficult, "he said before telling his videographer to cut the camera so that he could continue searching for his chompers.

Retired MLB All-Star Lenny Dykstra, 56 (photo), said he spent hours looking for a Jersey Mike waste container for his $ 80,000 teeth, from late Saturday night to the early hours of Sunday in New Jersey

His friend & # 39; Big Mike (shown) & # 39 ;, passing by & # 39; Sprinkles the Clown & # 39; goes into the professional wrestling world, was ready to help him film the adventure and track down the expensive set of false teeth

His friend & # 39; Big Mike (shown) & # 39 ;, passing by & # 39; Sprinkles the Clown & # 39; goes into the professional wrestling world, was ready to help him film the adventure and track down the expensive set of false teeth

Retired MLB All-Star Lenny Dykstra, 56 (left), said he spent hours looking for a Jersey Mike waste container for his $ 80,000 teeth, from late Saturday night to the early hours of Sunday in New Jersey. His friend & # 39; Big Mike (right) & # 39 ;, passing by & # 39; Sprinkles the Clown & # 39; in the world of professional struggle, was ready to help him film the adventure and track down the expensive set of false teeth

Dykstra said he had taken his fake teeth away and wrapped them in a napkin while he ate his sandwich, and finally threw the teeth into the trash can

Dykstra said he had taken his fake teeth away and wrapped them in a napkin while he ate his sandwich, and finally threw the teeth into the trash can

Dykstra said he had taken his fake teeth away and wrapped them in a napkin while he ate his sandwich, and finally threw the teeth into the trash can

At 5.26 pm in the east, Dykstra returned with a new update, referring to his preference to stay up until the early morning.

& # 39; Nails Update: this has now escalated to & # 39; Operation Search Missing Teeth & # 39; while @JerseyMikes – they make @Subway look like red-haired stepchildren, & # 39; he wrote on Twitter, with a video calling out how much food waste he saw in the dumpster.

& # 39; Nails will find you again just after dawn – something I know only too well to report on my missing teeth. # LouGeorge & # 39;

At 5.26 pm in the east, Dykstra returned with a new update, referring to his preference to stay up until the early morning

At 5.26 pm in the east, Dykstra returned with a new update, referring to his preference to stay up until the early morning

At 5.26 pm in the east, Dykstra returned with a new update, referring to his preference to stay up until the early morning

& # 39; Nails will come back to you just after dawn - something I know only too well to report on my missing teeth, & # 39; he wrote with video

& # 39; Nails will come back to you just after dawn - something I know only too well to report on my missing teeth, & # 39; he wrote with video

& # 39; Nails will come back to you just after daybreak – something I know only too well, to report on my missing teeth & # 39 ;, he wrote with video

In the video Dykstra called how much food waste he saw in the container

In the video Dykstra called how much food waste he saw in the container

At 1.20 pm & # 39; noon on Sunday, Dykstra broke the news that the search was over and he had managed to find his teeth in a final video

At 1.20 pm & # 39; noon on Sunday, Dykstra broke the news that the search was over and he had managed to find his teeth in a final video

In the video Dykstra called how much food waste he saw in the container (shown ate alive). And then, at 1:20 PM, Eastern on Sunday, Dykstra broke the news that the search was over and he had managed to find his teeth in a final video (pictured right)

& # 39; Nails back to you with GREAT NEWS: I finally found my f ** king's teeth! Believe it! Dear Fathers Day! & # 39; he wrote, including tags for the accounts of Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Ivory Pearl Music and Dr. Laura Berman

& # 39; Nails back to you with GREAT NEWS: I finally found my f ** king's teeth! Believe it! Dear Fathers Day! & # 39; he wrote, including tags for the accounts of Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Ivory Pearl Music and Dr. Laura Berman

& # 39; Nails back to you with GREAT NEWS: I finally found my f ** king's teeth! Believe it! Dear Fathers Day! & # 39; he wrote, including tags for the accounts of Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Ivory Pearl Music and Dr. Laura Berman

And then, at 1.20 pm Eastern on Sunday, Dykstra broke the news that the search was over and he had managed to find his teeth in a final video that included several celebrity tags.

& # 39; Nails back to you with GREAT NEWS: I finally found my f ** king's teeth! Believe it! Dear Fathers Day! & # 39; he wrote, including tags for the accounts of Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Ivory Pearl Music and Dr. Laura Berman.

Dykstra has served prison time for everything from bankruptcy fraud, car theft, and money laundering. He also claimed in 2009 that he owed more than $ 31 million during the bankruptcy.

Dykstra has served prison time for everything from bankruptcy fraud, car theft, and money laundering. In March, Dykstra pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in a New Jersey court, but avoided some imprisonment because the judge broke the drug addiction charge related to the May 2018 arrest for allegedly threatening to shoot and shoot an Uber pilot kill. The Dykstra booking photo of that incident is displayed

Dykstra has served prison time for everything from bankruptcy fraud, car theft, and money laundering. In March, Dykstra pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in a New Jersey court, but avoided some imprisonment because the judge broke the drug addiction charge related to the May 2018 arrest for allegedly threatening to shoot and shoot an Uber pilot kill. The Dykstra booking photo of that incident is displayed

Dykstra has served prison time for everything from bankruptcy fraud, car theft, and money laundering. In March, Dykstra pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in a New Jersey court, but avoided some imprisonment because the judge broke the drug addiction charge related to the May 2018 arrest for allegedly threatening to shoot and shoot an Uber pilot kill. The Dykstra booking photo of that incident is displayed

In February, Dykstra was accused by his neighbors of running an illegal guesthouse and of turning their quiet residential street into a refuge for drugs and other illegal behavior.

Dykstra denied these allegations against DailyMail.com and insisted that his tenants be evicted and that he & # 39; was not even there & # 39; for any illegal activities.

The following month, Dykstra pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in a New Jersey court, but avoided some imprisonment when the judge broke the drug addiction charge related to the May 2018 arrest for allegedly threatening to shoot a Uber pilot and to kill.

Dykstra, who was originally charged with owning cocaine and methamphetamine, was fined $ 125 and ordered no contact with the driver.

According to NJ.com, the judge of the Supreme Court, Lisa Miralles Walsh, has reduced a threat to terrorist threat to a petty disorderly person.

& # 39; I hope you learned a lesson from this & # 39 ;, Judge Walsh said. & # 39; I wish you a lot of strength. & # 39;

The drug addiction indictment was withdrawn because Dykstra's lawyer, David Bahuriak, successfully argued that the Linden, New Jersey police had no right to search his client's belongings at the time of the arrest.

& # 39; My lawyer presented the facts excellently & # 39 ;, Dykstra said after the hearing. & # 39; I'm glad this chapter of my life is behind me. & # 39;

Prior to these recent escapades, the 12-year-old Major League veteran played eight seasons in Philadelphia and helped the Phillies reach the 1993 World Series, after having played five years with the Mets, with whom he won the 1986 World Series .

Dykstra, whose baseball career was split between the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, called himself & # 39; Nails & # 39; while he & # 39; dumpster diving & # 39; documented in video & # 39; s posted on Twitter, & # 39; somewhere in New Jersey. & # 39; Dykstra is shown in a photo from around 1986 as he runs the bases against the Pittsburgh Pirates during a Major League Baseball game at Shea Stadium in the Queens district of New York City

Dykstra, whose baseball career was split between the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, called himself & # 39; Nails & # 39; while he & # 39; dumpster diving & # 39; documented in video & # 39; s posted on Twitter, & # 39; somewhere in New Jersey. & # 39; Dykstra is shown in a photo from around 1986 as he runs the bases against the Pittsburgh Pirates during a Major League Baseball game at Shea Stadium in the Queens district of New York City

Dykstra, whose baseball career was split between the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, called himself & # 39; Nails & # 39; while he & # 39; dumpster diving & # 39; documented in video & # 39; s posted on Twitter, & # 39; somewhere in New Jersey. & # 39; Dykstra is shown in a photo from around 1986 as he runs the bases against the Pittsburgh Pirates during a Major League Baseball game at Shea Stadium in the Queens district of New York City

The 12-year-old Major League veteran played eight seasons in Philadelphia and helped the Phillies reach the 1993 World Series, after having played for five years with the Mets, with whom he won the 1986 World Series

The 12-year-old Major League veteran played eight seasons in Philadelphia and helped the Phillies reach the 1993 World Series, after having played for five years with the Mets, with whom he won the 1986 World Series

The 12-year-old Major League veteran played eight seasons in Philadelphia and helped the Phillies reach the 1993 World Series, after having played for five years with the Mets, with whom he won the 1986 World Series

Over the years, Dykstra has formed himself as a businessman and even owned a high-end jet rental company, as well as a magazine called & # 39; Player & # 39; s Club & # 39 ;, which was offered to millionaire athletes.

He even had a website entitled & # 39; Nails Investments & # 39 ;, a reference to his nickname & # 39; Nails & # 39 ;, which was used in the title of his best-selling autobiography, House of Nails.

By the end of 2009, Dykstra reportedly lived outside of his car.

In 2011, he pleaded guilty to federal fraud, admitting that he had hidden, sold or destroyed more than $ 400,000 worth of property that would be part of his bankruptcy petition.

He was also accused of possession of cocaine, ecstasy and the human growth hormone (HGH), known as Somatropin, and eventually sentenced to three years in prison. However, he received a credit for a one-year service.

Dykstra was arrested in 1999 for sexual harassment of a 17-year-old girl, but the charges were later withdrawn. In 2010, he was accused of having paid a prostitute with a bad check.

The following year, he was accused by his housekeeper of having promoted her for oral sex. The woman was obliged, but when she told the authorities, it was only for fear of losing her job.

Accusations have never been submitted.

In February, Dykstra (photo) was accused by his neighbors of running an illegal guesthouse and of turning their quiet residential street into a refuge for drugs and other illegal behavior. Dykstra denied these allegations against DailyMail.com and emphasized that his tenants had been evicted and that he & # 39; was not even there & # 39; for illegal activities

In February, Dykstra (photo) was accused by his neighbors of running an illegal guesthouse and of turning their quiet residential street into a refuge for drugs and other illegal behavior. Dykstra denied these allegations against DailyMail.com and emphasized that his tenants had been evicted and that he & # 39; was not even there & # 39; for illegal activities

In February, Dykstra (photo) was accused by his neighbors of running an illegal guesthouse and of turning their quiet residential street into a refuge for drugs and other illegal behavior. Dykstra denied these allegations against DailyMail.com and emphasized that his tenants had been evicted and that he & # 39; was not even there & # 39; for illegal activities

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