At the close of Charlie Sheen's Comedy Central Roast last night, Steve-O did what only Steve-O would be attention-starved daring enough to do:—took a running start and dove face-first into Mike Tyson's fist.
Steve-O's stunt (which took him three runs to perfect) may have earned him a broken nose and two fully-formed black-eyes, but it failed to do what he intended it to do, which is take the attention away from his set, which was glaringly amatuer save for one flawless jab.
"Charlie still hasn't hit rock bottom," said now-sober Steve-O. "He's looking forward to it though, because he thinks there's a rock there."
Okay, we laughed a little on that one. But Steve-O's lowest blow, a joke that made light of the 2003 Rhode Island nightclub fire where over 100 people died, was so offensive the Jackass star asked Comedy Central to edit it out.
“The last time this many nobodies got roasted, at least the band Great White was playing."
Considering the pained look on Steve-O's face when Amy Schumer took a shot at Steve-O's now-deceased pal, Ryan Dunn, we're kind of surprised he stooped that low. Wait, no we aren't. This is Steve-O were talking about, remember?