Actor and entertainer Charlie Sheen recently joined the countless celebrities to take on the Ice Bucket Challenge, a challenge meant to raise money and awareness for ALS. He did it with a twist, though.
ALS is often referred to as Lou Gehrig's Disease and has gotten a lot of face time the past month thanks to the challenge, in which a person dumps a bucket of ice water on their heads and passes the challenge on with a video of the dumping. If the next people don't dump the ice water on their heads, they have to donate at least $100 to ALS research.
While the challenge has raised millions for ALS research, some have been critical of the movement, saying there could be better ways to raise awareness.
And as TMZ reports, it seems Charlie Sheen is one of those, as he took a different tack with his Ice Bucket Challenge. Find out how in the video below.
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