Bam Margera's Explicit Music Video Banned From YouTube

Bam Margera plays Luke Skywalker in Las Vegas.

The Internet is home to some of the most vile videos known to mankind, but hey, even the world wide web has its limits. "Jackass" star Bam Margera learned this lesson the hard way when he premiered an explicit music video for his track, "Bend My D**k In My Ass," and it was taken down faster than you can say "Why on earth would you do THAT on camera???"

Bam's band, "F**kface Unstoppable," debuted the schlong song on YouTube hoping to live up to their rebellious name, but according to TMZ, the site pulled the plug on it after viewing certain scenes. "It was flagged by users and a policy team believed it contained too much sexuality per our terms of use," said TMZ's source. For instance, at one point, the former stuntman takes a sip of a golden substance, and let's just say it's not apple juice.

The video's way too gross for us to post on, but we assume you're savvy enough to find it somewhere online...if you're into that sorta thing.

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