Diaper Clad Steve-O Duct Tapes Himself to LA Billboard

You can’t leave Steve-O alone for a minute. The Jackass star was once again up to his shenanigans as he was found dangling from a billboard in Los Angeles in order to promote a new project.

Steve-O posted to his Instagram around 8:30a on Thursday that he was hanging out in L.A., but of course, nothing is that straight forward with the King of Pain and the Master Prankster. His post showed him duct taped to a billboard in only a pair of adult diapers (maybe he planned on being there all day.)

“I’m attached to a billboard right now,” Steve-O started. “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, and really want the world to know about this project I worked so hard on.”

After about an hour local Police and Fire were called to the scene to unstick him. Had several blocks closed off while firefighters mounted a rescue mission. Steve-O safely returned to earth around 11a where he was inspected for injuries and then released.

Good times.

Speaking of good times, remember when Baby Huey lit Steve-O’s hair on fire?!



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