World’s Most Dangerous Skateboard

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With rusty nails and a saw blade

Chris Chann made a name for himself with his extreme flatground consistency, but with 'training' methods like this one, we aren't really surprised. Apparently simply doing the tricks wasn't enough, because Chris decided to hammer a stack of nails into the bottom of his deck, and then add a saw blade to the front, in order to make things a little more 'interesting'. For the love of God, kids, don't try this at home...

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