Found February 28, 2012 on Beer Mug Sports:
PLAYERS: Ryan Seacrest
Before the Oscars on Sunday, Sacha Baron Cohen in his The Dictator character spilled Kim Jong Il's ashes all over Ryan Seacrest of E! on the red carpet.  Baron Cohen who is best known for his Ali G and Borat characters was tossed from the Oscars.  Check the trailer of The Dictator below which hits theaters this summer and check out The Mugs LMAO Vids! page.   

Was Sacha Baron Cohen Spilling Ashes On Ryan Seacrest The Best Part Of The Oscars?

Sacha Baron Cohen brought the funny to the sh*tty Oscars by being his “Dictator” Admiral General Aladeen. When his excellency walked the Red Carpet he carried an urn which contained the ashes of Kim Jong Il, which he would spill all over a clearly unhappy Ryan Seacrest. Share this:

Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Ryan Seacrest at the Oscars

Sacha Baron Cohen Dumps Kim Jong-Ill’s Ashes On Ryan Seacrest

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