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Charlie Sheen meets Charlie Brown

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In the past few weeks Charlie Sheen has become something of an accidental comedy genius with his bizarrely public rants.

After unleashing some more unintentionally hilarious truth-bombs while being interviewed by Piers Morgan, those clever folks at Jimmy Kimmel Live in the US decided to get creative.

Rather than mashing up his words with Charlie Chan or Charlie Chaplin (who was very quiet anyway), they used footage from Charlie Brown's Christmas special, a fitting partner, and delivered this incredibly funny video.

We expect plenty more of the same in the coming weeks.

(Image: Rex Features)

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