Is it insensitive of me to think that crazy people should practice being crazy primarily at home? I mean, I get it, you can’t really control your crazy all the time, I can empathize (did I tell you? I started seeing a psychiatrist, and I was telling her about my life, and she was like “I’m kind of surprised that you’re able to function” and I was like “ha ha,” and she was like “no, really.”). But once you realize that you have some sort of problem, and when you been called out on it as much as Amanda Bynes has, wouldn’t you probably just try staying home a little more often? And if you don’t realize that you have a problem when you’ve been called out on it as much as Amanda Bynes has, then isn’t that enough cause for a very serious intervention?
I guess not, because this girl locked herself in a public bathroom for almost an hour on Wednesday:
Amanda Bynes continued her bizarre behavior at a Big Apple bakery on Wednesday night.
Multiple sources tell Celebuzz exclusively that the 26-year-old spent two hours at the Little Cupcake Bakeshop in Soho on Sept. 26. The problem: she spent more than 30 of those minutes locked in the store’s bathroom.
What exactly went on during her bakery debacle?
According to one eyewitness, Bynes wore headphones and sunglasses throughout her visit to the store, which began at approximately 9 p.m. She purchased a ‘Dreaming Princess’ cupcake and cappuccino — with extra sugar.
She then took her bathroom break, which was so long that one of the bakery’s patrons — coincidentally, a New York City firefighter — became concerned.
“He knocked on the bathroom door numerous times and called for her,” says the source, noting that the firefighter feared Bynes may have been unconscious. “The workers at the bakery even turned down the music to see if they could hear any noise coming from the bathroom.”
Eventually, staffers closed the entire shop to focus on the Bynes emergency.
“[The firefighter] tried to get her to respond, through the door, for almost 15 minutes,” said the source. “Finally, he called the police and asked if he had their okay to break down the door.”
That’s when Bynes finally emerged, acting as if nothing was awry.
“She just calmly said, “Excuse me, I was doing my makeup,’” reveals the eyewitness.
A staffer at Little Cupcake then quickly escorted the star out the back of the store, just before 11 p.m.
I think that, at this point, it’s pretty obvious that Amanda Bynes has some emotional issues, and I think it’s also obvious that she’s a danger to herself and to others. And that’s why people get involuntary psychiatric holds, right? So can someone set something up here? Please?