Rod Stewart's wayward son Sean was arrested after officials say he jumped onto a luggage convertor belt at Miami International Airport.
Stewart was taken into custody after the Feb. 17 incident, in which he hopped on the carousel, which took him to a restricted section of the travel hub. Police reported that when an American Airlines security chief approached the celebrity's son to ask him why he was there, he replied, "I'm waiting."
Stewart, 34, was charged with a count of unlawful entry into a restricted area, and was bailed out of Miami Dade County Jail the following day.
Stewart, who was headed to a charity function in Haiti at the time of the incident, did not appear to be drunk or on drugs at the time of the incident, sources told The Sun.
No stranger to trouble, the son of the "Downtown Train" singer has run afoul of the law multiple times over the past decade, most recently in 2010 after he was arrested in connection with driving on a suspended license, later posting $40,000 bail to get out of jail in Beverly Hills.