A retired FDNY firefighter who busted Madonna's Upper West Side apartment twice in four days has been charged with stalking the pop icon.
Robert Linhart, 59, made his intentions clear by saying that he won't stop until he actually meets the singer.
Linhart appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court, where he was charged with criminal weapons possession - a Leatherman knife and a pocket knife - as well as disorderly conduct, making graffiti, possessing a graffiti instrument and resisting arrest.
After he was arrested, Linhart told cops he was allowed to be outside
"I can be here. This is police brutality. I have a right to do this. I am not doing anything wrong," the New York Post quoted him as telling the cops, according to court papers.
"I keep running into Madonna.""I saw her in 1992 and I'd actually like to meet her in person. I won't stop until I actually meet Madonna."
Linhart even said arresting him won't stop him from returning.
"I'm going to go right back there [Madonna''s apartment] and do it again," he added, according to court papers.