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Taiwan does Sheen


Unless you're still on one of those old BBC computers used in 80s schools then you'll probably be aware of both Charlie Sheen's public demise and the totally barmy Taiwanese animated news reports.

It seemed only natural then that a masterful retelling of Sheen's exploits was on the cards.

In case you're not aware, Next Media Animation create surreal videos populated by strange Sims-like characters who re-enact major events of the day. They've rapidly become massive outside of Taiwan and we'd gladly take watching these over the disappointingly non-animated News 24 any day.

As usual, this offering brings up a number of questions. The main one being, why on earth is he accompanied by a snowman for the entire duration?

(Image: YouTube)



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