In 2003, the world was introduced to Matthew Pritchard and Lee Dainton, two skateboarders from Wales, when they began a new series on MTV entitled 'Dirty Sanchez' with two other friends. The show ran for four complete seasons, with two spin-off series containing just Pritchard and Dainton, as they competed against each other in various stunts to crown a winner, with the stunts increasing in outrageousness. In the thirteen years following their television debut in 2003, Pritchard and Dainton spiralled into madness with various skateboarding stunts and pranks against each other. This new documentary about the two insane skateboarders has been narrated by Welsh writer and ex-drug smuggler, Howard Marks.
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