NEW YORK. A former FDNY firefighter can’t get enough of the Material Girl: Robert Linhart, 59, was arrested for expressing himself — with posters professing his love — outside Madonna’s Upper West Side apartment for the second time in four days, the New York Post reported yesterday.
Linhart strapped signs, such as, “Madonna, I need you,” to his SUV. He was charged with disorderly conduct, making graffiti and criminal weapons possession (for the Leatherman knife and pocket knife on him), among other charges.
He’s believed to have traveled the world stalking the pop star.
“I won’t stop until I actually meet Madonna,” prosecutors said he told police after his arrest. “If I get arraigned tonight and get out tomorrow, I’m going to go back there and do it again.”