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Taiwanese animators take on the Ryan Dunn / Roger Ebert news story

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The Taiwanese animators famed for presenting news in a cartoon manner, are an odd bunch.

Some might suggest that that oddness is bordering on insensitive now that they have painted the ill-fated Jackass star, Ryan Dunn, with their unmistakable brush.

Dunn, who died late on Monday night in a car crash, is shown in a golf cart with Jesus as his passenger in their latest clip.

The video also incorporates the larger debate that arose when film critic Roger Ebert tweeted: "Friends don't let Jackasses drink and drive", shortly after news of Dunn's death broke.

Image: YouTube.com

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