If you're sick of all the Charlie Sheen hysteria circulating online, you might want to download the free plugin Tinted Sheen. It claims to hide "most Charlie Sheen related text and images from your browsing experience."
Tinted Sheen has already been downloaded more than 3000 times since its launch today. A plugin for Firefox and Chrome browsers, it blocks text and images relating to the actor who has admitted to doing copious amounts of drugs and holding all-night parties with "the goddesses."
The website for the plugin states: "Let this be the hangover cure for the #winning buzz from which everyone is still recovering."
It works by blacking out mentions of the actor, much like how a secret document would look. Words the actor has popularized, like "winning", will also be highlighted in black.
Tinted Sheen is the brainchild of Greg Lauch, senior designer at Buzzfeed and creator of a similar plugin, Shaved Bieber. That app allowed users to block mentions of Justin Bieber on their browser.
So far, this version doesn't block Sheen mentions in any browsers other than Firefox and Chrome.