The original MTV wreckin' crew returns, pushing the limit of what is morally acceptable to commit to celluloid even further. More cringe-worthy stunts, more nasty spills, more stupid pranks than even the first Jackass movie. As well as their native US the crew also takes the camera to Australia, India and Moscow in its search for new ways to gross out an audience. In this compendium of the cruel: Chris Pontius makes his private member into a puppet - painting a mouse-face on it. It is then dragged around in a snake's cage until the snake strikes at it and doesn't let go; a fake valentine card is hung on the wall of cast members' hotel rooms and a hidden camera installed to watch the action. Why? Because behind the paper is a pneumatic arm with a huge boxing glove; special guest Spike Jonez is dressed up as an elderly woman named Gloria who goes around L.A. talking to salesmen. After the two parties have conversed, the old lady's shirt drops, revealing fake, drooping breasts; the team baits a hook with Steve-O (hook actually through his cheek) and throws him into the water - crowded with Mako sharks; Johnny Knoxville is blindfolded and charged by an angry Yak. Everything as normal for the Jackass crew, then.