Controversies[ edit ] At the time of its first broadcast in , Jackass frequently featured warnings and disclaimers noting that the stunts performed were very dangerous and should not be imitated. Such warnings not only appeared before and after each program and after each commercial break, but also in a "crawl" that ran along the bottom of the screen during some especially risky stunts, as well as showing their "skull and crutches" logo at the bottom right of the screen to symbolize the stunt performed as risky. Nevertheless, the program has been blamed for a number of deaths and injuries involving teens and children recreating the stunts. Jack Ass, whose birth name was Bob Craft, changed his name in to raise awareness for drunk driving, after his brother and friend both died in a car accident. Shannon's lawyer claimed that this act was inspired by the Jackass series, despite the fact that no such stunt ever aired on the show. The Box Set" in December
Learn how and when to remove this template message Because of the sensitive nature of some stunts, as well as the possibility of legal action, some parts of the film had to be edited out. One example of this is in the "Riot Control Test" skit. In this skit, Johnny Knoxville is shot at with a beanbag projectile from a pump-action shotgun. The first time Knoxville is shot at, it misses him making him extremely nervous. The scene was later edited out as, while the Jackass crew could waive civil liability, they could not waive criminal liability.
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