Mark Wahlberg joked he was given the "You're-too-f***ing-old-to-come-back award" at the MTV Movie Awards last night (13.04.14).
The 42-year-old actor had the audience at Los Angeles' Nokia theatre in fits of laughter as he gave a foul-mouthed acceptance speech when he picked up the honourary MTV Generation Award from 'Entourage' stars Adrien Grenier, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara.
He said: "I know what this really means...this is the 'You're-too-f***ing-old-to-come-back' award. This is not the Channing-Tatum-you're-dancing-around-chicks-want-you award. This is the you're-f***ing-done award. But look, it was a great run."
Mark - who was jailed for assault as a teenager following a string of arrests - went on to thank people he had worked with in the past and and noted he had gone from "literally being incarcerated to having a one-hit rap career to having an underwear model career."
The 'Broken City' star - who has children Ella, 10, Michael, seven, Brendan, five. and Grace, four, with model wife Rhea Durham - then jokingly confronted an audience member.
He said: "Hey, shut the f**k up, I've gotta make 'Ted 2' and get my money right."
And Mark said he felt "lucky" in both his personal and professional life, with the Entourage' movie scheduled for release next year, a role in 'Transformers: Age Of Distinction' and to be be "married to this former supermodel, Victoria's Secret model..."
He added: "I don't know how the f**k that happened."