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Human Wrecking Balls Destroy Culver City KFC

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Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 10:38 AM

G4TV's demolition duo Paul and Craig Pumphrey smashed to bits a vacant fast food restaurant Thursday, the old Kentucky Fried Chicken on Centinela Avenue and Washington Place in Culver City.

The professional obliterators are in town to tape the second season of their crash-and-crush television series Human Wrecking Balls, wherein they destroy anything and everything with their own brute force. That means kicking, punching, and slamming until all falls apart. Consider it payback for the KFC Mashed Potato Bowl.

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New episodes of Human Wrecking Balls start November 11 on G4TV.

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