The Ice Bucket Challenge Posed A Problem For Matt Damon. Here's What He Did About It.

Matt Damon takes the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS but in a way that highlights the fact that there are 800 million people in the world who don't have access to clean water. How he does it? Umm ... very interesting to say the least.

Matt Damon is a co-founder of Water.org, a non-profit organization that provides access to clean water and sanitation around the globe. So obviously our friend Matt wasn’t going to just dump a bunch of clean water over his head for this challenge.

Here’s our guy collecting some toilet water for the ice bucket challenge. “This is truly toilet water, I’ve been collecting it from various toilets all over the house.”

Just When You Thought It Was Over, Here's Matt Damon Doing The Ice Bucket Challenge With Toilet Water

“Keep in mind that the water in our toilets in the West is actually cleaner than the water that most people in the developing world have access to,” Matt continues, right before he goes for the gold.

Just When You Thought It Was Over, Here's Matt Damon Doing The Ice Bucket Challenge With Toilet Water

Solid work.

Just When You Thought It Was Over, Here's Matt Damon Doing The Ice Bucket Challenge With Toilet Water
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