WATCH: Donnie Does Squat Spotting Safari in Shanghai

By THAT'S, August 3, 2016

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He's back! After hui jia-ing back to America — where he was spotted trolling Donald Trump and Ted Cruz rallies — China's most famous Masshole Donald Mahoney (aka 'Donnie') has found himself back in Shanghai for another video. 

In the latest episode, Donnie goes on a fun-filled squat spotting safari around the 'hai.

Watch below (VPN on):

From his first Youtube upload way back in the ancient times of 2012, Donnie, well, did his way through China. Some of his more popular (mis)adventures as the self-proclaimed 'Wonton Don' include him pretending to be Roger Federer, heckling multiple Shanghai Sharks games, living at IKEAtaking part in Chinese park fitness, sneaking into Hong Kong Rugby Sevens... the list goes on, with plenty more videos over at his Youtube account. (And who could forget his not one, but two music video odes to Shanghai?)

Zach Etkind, the man behind the videos, also shared a few more of his strange China experiences not caught on tape right here on, including what it was like being locked up in a Chinese jail, partying with a crew of gigolos on a Huangpu River cruise and traveling to his ayi's farm in Anhui for Chinese New Year. (You can see a full archive of his columns here).

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