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Tokyo Shock Boys
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    (1990- )
    Formed in Tokyo, Japan
    Gyuzo (sporting the Mohawk)
    Danna Konayagi (aka Buns of Steel)
    Sango Jugo (sporting Japanese Banzai headband)
    Nanbu Torata (sporting the eagle wing hair-do)
    Performing artists that entertain sold-out audiences with their mind-blowing array of very dangerous and unexplainable masochistic acts
    They are a bunch of middle-aged men that performs very idiotic and dangerous stunts.
    They sport different color hair styles ranging from Mohawks to wings.
    Danna’s specialty is breaking various objects like chopsticks, cacti, and fluorescent bulbs with his buttocks.
    He also takes dry ice in his mouth and lets the smoke come out from his nostrils.
    Nanmbu’s specialty is pulling heavy objects with his genitals as well as placing lit firecrackers in his underpants.
    Other stunts included setting their hair on fire, hammering sharp objects up noses, super gluing genitals to chairs, and sitting in drums of dry ice.
    They were part of the resurgence of freak show entertainment that also spawned the likes of the Jim Rose Circus Sideshow, and most recently, Jackass.
    They still have a huge cult following.
    They played to sold-out shows all over the globe and made an appearance on ‘The Late Show With David Letterman.’
    Their famous catch phrases are ‘Don’t do this at home!’ and ‘Please laugh. We’re risking our lives!’
    Nanbu and Danno does the lion's share of the dangerous stunts.
    Danno recently used fluorescent bulbs instead of cacti because there are too many needles and are very hard to take out.
    Johnny Knoxville accused one of the performers of performing while intoxicated just so that it could alleviate the pain.
    ‘We become old, but that is OK,’ says Nambu. Asked how old, he demurs: 'It's a secret. But we won't stop until we rule. And as long as we really hurt ourselves, we make audiences really excited.’

Credit: 12 String

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