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Last week, the daredevil shared a video about how he films 'fake stunts', including one that appeared to show him jumping into the TV screen fixed to his wall.
He explained how he had filmed the short scene by jumping on a small trampoline underneath it, before the footage was edited to make it look like he'd literally dived into the screen.
However, in a new clip, Steve-O revealed his TV ended up getting damaged after a light set up for filming 'tipped over and broke the TV'.
He decided to take this as his opportunity to well and truly smash it up, saying: "There was nothing left to do but hit that trampoline one more time and try to really jump into it."
Steve-O added: "I don't know how many of you guys have smashed your 4K TVs, but for me it was the first time and I thought it looked very cool."
But he wasn't done with the device there, and moved onto lobbing pool balls at the TV.
"That was a lot of fun," Steve-O said in the voiceover, adding that his girlfriend Lux wasn't best pleased.
"Up to this point, Lux was all about it," he continued.
"But once we started throwing the pool balls, she wasn't so psyched because we blatantly chipped the marble beneath the TV."
In the footage, Lux can be heard saying to Steve-O: "Don't you care about where we live?"
Steve-O said that was 'a wrap on throwing the pool balls', but director Sam Macaroni was determined to 'keep beating that TV up' - jumping onto the trampoline and delivering a flying kick to the screen, before crashing down onto the floor.
The next idea saw the group parachute the poor old TV off a bridge - inspired by a previous stunt of Steve-O's.
"We went to Downtown LA to throw it off a big-a** bridge," he said.
Steve-O explained how the stunt wasn't quite the success they'd hoped, as the homemade parachute got caught on a ledge as it was dropped, and the camera hadn't been angled down further enough to capture the whole thing on film.
However, in the end they were happy with the destruction - though not so much with the effort involved in retrieving the TV from under the bridge.
Steve-O added: "It was a disgusting amount of work to get that TV out of there, but I'm a fata** and needed a workout!
"After my killer workout, we walked over to Home Depo where we parked the car, and we found this f***ing trash removal operation, where the guys promised to recycle the TV like exceptionally good people."
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