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Jackass Steve-O Does a #1 Before #2 Premiere

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Living up to the hype, rowdy stuntmaster Steve-O did his best to turn the red carpet yellow at Mann's Chinese before the "Jackass Number 2" premiere Thursday.

Startled guests of the red carpet included Tony Hawk, Three-6 Mafia, and someone who has seen his share of exposed private parts in his day, Ron Jeremy.

Photos of the arrivals here and please dont ask us what's in the plastic cup.

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No charges seem to have been brought against the young daredevil, despite the fact that he could clearly be cited for at least indecent exposure and littering, among other misdemeanors.

The gods were smiling on him and his fellow castmembers as "Number Two" was number one at the box office, raking in close to $30 million this weekend.

Johnny Knoxville, Wee Man, Bam and their bros are reportedly laughing (and limping) all the way to the bank as the gross-out kings nearly tripled the gross of the second place film, "Jet Li's Fearless".

AP photo by Mark J. Terrill

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