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Brainless bad guys, moronic motorists, senseless sportsmen, ridiculous risk-takers ... they're all featured in this collection of police and store surveillance videos, with the added bonus, if you can call it that, of commentary provided by such fallen stars as Danny Bonaduce, Todd Bridges, Leif Garrett and Tonya Harding.

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Outdoor parties in a hurricane; a coach trashing the team trophy; a barfing birthday boy; a groom gets tazed at his own wedding.
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Drunken paraders on horseback; bikini babes falling off yachts; hipsters dancing at the laundromat; idiots splashing in empty pools.
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Twenty of the dumbest celebrations, complete with fireworks in the bathtub; a drunk diving off an escalator; dinner for one on the subway floor.
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A music festival tent-surfer; beer-pong brawlers;a flaming shot goes bad.
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The World's dumbest partiers.
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Stupid celebrators from around the globe; a man with a rogue beer slingshot; Filipino friends freaking out over Miss Universe.
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Countdown of the world's dumbest partiers.
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Twenty of the world's dumbest partygoers, including a groom who faints, a music festival attendee who mistakes a urinal for a sink, a sunbather who mistakes his pants for his shirt, and a portly man who does an impromptu striptease.
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A flask for your butt; doughnut security system.
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Inventions that will scare and delight including one that cools off those man parts for baby making and a sound system for the dead.
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A skier headed for some trees; a kiteboarder headed for a house; a base jumper headed for the hospital.
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Stupidity at its finest displayed in real, absurd and funny situations; imprudent motorcyclists, clumsy criminals and fearless people.
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A flying car; a bike built for two people with half a brain; the guy who killed Christmas.
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A clumsy cliff diver; an amateur stunt man who will probably never go pro.
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Counting down 20 attempts to break records; celebrity commentators include Todd Bridges, Tonya Harding and Danny Bonaduce.
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High speed shopping cart races; epic strip poker games; worm eating contests.
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A Nutella covered artist, the longest death scene in film history and a Japanese game show.
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A woman dancing in butter, team mascots gone wild and a lesson in Japanese.
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Tricks include a terrifying wake up call, telekinesis and a body in the trunk of a taxi.
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Gluing phones to faces, faking pregnancies, and pranking the ultimate April Fool.
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A bird feeder with a shocking surprise; a bowl made of bacon; a way to grow bananas at home.

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