Leave it to Charlie Sheen to give the ALS ice bucket challenge a winning makeover.
While countless celebs have posted videos of themselves being doused in freezing cold water in order to promote awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), the 48-year-old Anger Management star was also nominated to take part in the chilly challenge, which he happily accepted (with a slight variation) before boldly calling upon none other than Chuck Lorre, Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher to participate.
After telling fans that he's been called out by Ryan Miller (the Vancouver Canucks goaltender who is married to Sheen's Anger Management costar Noureen DuWolf), the former Two and a Half Men star braces himself for an ice cold shock before dumping the bucket over his head only to reveal that it was filled with cold, hard cash.
"Oh wait, that's not ice. That's $10,000 in cash which I am donating to the ALS foundation," the TV star reveals in the clip. "Let's face it ice is going to melt, but this money is going to actually help people. So I am here by calling out Jon Cryer, Chuck Lorre and Ashton Kutcher to identically do what I just did. Come on, it's for a great cause. Have a great day."
Neither Lorre, Cryer nor Kutcher have yet to respond directly to Sheen, although the Jobs star did participate in challenge—opting for ice instead of cash—over the weekend.
The soon-to-be father took part in the fundraising feat with his That '70s Show costar Wilmer Valderrama as well as pal Dax Shepard, who makes a fairly epic appearance towards the end of the clip (oh, and is that Mila Kunis giggling in the background?).
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Sheen has had a tumultuous history with Lorre, Kutcher and Cryer ever since his headline-making exit from Two and a Half Men back in 2011 (he previously referred to Lorre as a "retarded zombie" following his firing from the series).
Most recently, Kutcher addressed Sheen's seemingly incessant need to bash the actor on Twitter after the tiger-blooded thesp tweeted at Ashton and asked him to "quit barfing on my old brilliant show."
"Dude, shut the f--k up!" Kutcher exclaimed during an episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!. "Seriously, like. Enough already. Like it's like three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter. Like come on dude, really?"