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What’s The Deal With This TV Guest Kicking, Punching And Throwing Chairs And Tables? [VIDEO]

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Throwing punches and chairs on a TV talk show? Not unusual if it was “The Jerry Springer Show” but that’s not the show I’m talking about here. Seems there’s a guest who keeps showing up on Jordanian TV talk shows who prefers using his fists, tables and chairs to communicate. What’s the deal with that?

Why do they keep booking this guy as a guest? While it probably gets people to tune in to see what he does, how do you know he won’t cross the line and really hurt somebody? Too risky in my opinion. I feel sorry for the host who has to break up these fights!

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