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Teen Burns Himself Copying 'Jackass' Stunt

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by ETHREADZNY, Nov 12, 2002.

  1. ETHREADZNY

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    Teen Burns Himself Copying 'Jackass' Stunt

    Discussion started by ETHREADZNY - Nov 12, 2002

    SEATTLE (Reuters) - A 15-year-old Washington state boy suffered serious burns when he set himself on fire trying to re-enact a stunt from MTV's controversial show "Jackass," police said on Monday.

    The boy from the Seattle suburb of Bellevue, Washington, soaked his shirt in rubbing alcohol late on Friday and ignited it while his friends stood by with a video camera shooting footage they planned to sell, police and local media reported.

    After suffering first-degree burns over his face and upper body, the teen-ager initially told police that someone had set his clothes on fire while he walked on a trail after attending a high school football game in Issaquah, Washington, police said.

    But police later recovered a backpack containing an alcohol-soaked T-shirt, lighter fluid and a video camera.

    "The stunt obviously went very wrong," Issaquah police said in a statement, adding that the boy could face obstruction of justice charges for lying about the incident, requiring extra police work.

    The "Jackass" show depicting outrageous and dangerous stunts by paid actors aired on Viacom Inc.'s youth-oriented MTV in 2000 and 2001 and then was canceled. But a movie version opened in theaters three weeks ago and has raked in $53.3 million at the box office.

    The movie includes the following disclaimer: "The stunts in this movie were performed by professionals, so, neither you nor your dumb buddies should attempt anything from this movie."

    "We're sorry when anybody gets hurt; however, nothing like this incident described ever aired on the show or in the movie," said an MTV spokeswoman.

    In 2001, "Jackass" star Johnny Knoxville donned a fireproo




    ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE BLAMING IT ON TV< PARENTS SHOULD TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY.
     
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  2. Fabo 2

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    Fabo 2 - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    eine

    hahahaha, funny shite
     
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    zen - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    so why did they say he copied jack ass when it isnt even a jack ass stunt? dill weed press.
     
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    fucken moron
     
  5. dukeofyork

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    dukeofyork - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    yes, johnny knoxville did set himself on fire.


    i cant believe you all dont remember it.
     
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    Ski Mask - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    Its not TV, its not the parents, this kid is just fucking stupid. On what planet does soaking your shirt in lighter fluid and setting yourself on fire seem like a good idea? I did some stupid shit when I was 15, but this kid is a good candidate for the darwin awards....natural selection at its finest.
     
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    hahaha natural selection. fucking brilliant.
     
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    Grandola - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    tv is funny and people are idiots
     
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  9. Ski Mask

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    Ski Mask - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    TV is funny BECAUSE people are idiots.

    jackass or no jackass, stupid kids will emulate stupid shit no matter what it is. remember that movie where the kids layed down on the divider strip of a highway, then some kid did it on a dare and got run over? shit, I think that was a disney movie. It happens with everything, its not like jackass is that different. despite the hysteria they try to surround it with.
     
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    it was "The Program" with james caan, a football movie, i remember when that shit happened
     
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    Ski Mask - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    thanks, I knew it had somthing to do with football, but I couldn't remember. they pulled the scene after that if I remember correctly. shit, that was about 5-6 years ago I guess. shit doesnt ever change.
     
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    455 - Replied Nov 12, 2002

    definitely not the brightest light on the porch....