Sacha Baron Cohen talked three extreme right-wing Internet trolls into sitting on the toilet to ’empty your ass’ in cut scenes from his controversial TV series Who Is America.
The British comedian’s mockumentary saw him pose as former Mossad agent Erran Morrad, who pretended to train the three men to become undercover operatives to infiltrate Antifa.
But he warned them it was harder to fight with “shit in your pants.”
He told them: “You smell the gas, you empty your ass.”
And he claimed:” We have developed a system to completely clear the stomach.”
In the two-minute segment, the trolls listened as Morrad basically instructed them on how to use the toilet and one even pulled down his pants and underwear.
The cut scene is now available on the DVD release of the show, which was met with mixed reviews when it was aired in July.
It explored ‘the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate the unique nation’.
In a seven-episode series, the prankster took on four different personas as he satirised American life in the era of President Donald Trump .
The biggest controversy centred on Cohen’s character Col. Erran Morad, a militaristic gun nut from Israel who elicited some bonkers pro-gun comments from Philip Van Cleave, leader of the Virginia Citizens Defence League.
He even persuaded him to participate in a video about firearms use for pre-schoolers.
The show has divided audiences. Despite liberal heroes such as Bernie Sanders coming in for as much stick as the NRA crowd, it seemed to be right-wingers in particular that are most offended.