Police and firefighters were called out in the middle of a pandemic and raging fire season to free a jackass who pasted himself to a Hollywood billboard. Only in the movies, kids. Or, in this case, in a real-life promo stunt to promote Gnarly, the new comedy special from Jackass star Steve-O, the aforementioned taped man. In this latest incident, Steve-O and some assistants duct-taped himself to a billboard at the busy intersection of Cahuenga Boulevard and Yucca Street in Hollywood using several layers of black duct tape. The wrap covered him from chest to thighs, leaving him shirtless, barefoot, but able to socially post to Instagram. “I’m attached to a billboard right now,” Steve-O wrote on Instagram. “And want to emphasize that a team of real professionals rigged everything safely. There is zero chance of me falling, and it’s important to me that we not waste any valuable city resources on this. I’m happy to just hang out.” Related Story ‘Jackass’: Paramount Moves Johnny Knoxville Film Back By Four Months – Update The stunt was to let “the world to know about this project I worked so hard on,” he wrote, referring to Gnarly. Still, he complained of being sore… Read full this story
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