- Sacha Baron Cohen Handcuffs Himself to a Reluctant Matt Lauer While in Costume
- During an appearance on Today on Wednesday, Cohen – in character as The Brothers Grimsby's Nobby – convinced Lauer to let him handcuff him. Initially resistant ("No, not in a million years ...
- Former CIA officer shows how to escape from duct tape, handcuffs and attacks
- Jason Hanson is a former Central Intelligence Agency officer. He left after six years to start his own security company called Spy Escape and Evasion.
- Sacha Baron Cohen (as 'Nobby' Butcher) handcuffs himself to Matt Lauer
- Sacha Baron Cohen is known for pushing the boundaries of good taste with his characters including "Borat," "Bruno," and "Ali G." Baron Cohen joins TODAY in character as Carl "Nobby" Butcher, a dim-witted secret agent in Baron Cohen's new film "The ...
- TODAY's Matt Lauer handcuffs Willie Geist to Tamron Hall
- In TODAY's Take, Matt Lauer appears to take a page out of actor Sasha Baron Cohen's book as he handcuffs TODAY's Take anchor Willie Geist to co-host Tamron Hall, though Tamron shows off her talent for giving them the slip! Earlier in the show, Matt was ...
- Prince's ex-wife and ex-manager auctioning off engagement ring, diamond
- Are you an obscenely rich Prince completest and/or fetishist? Well, today through March 17 are your lucky days! That's because Mayte Garcia, the Purple One's ex-wife/former backup singer, and Owen Husney, his first manager, are auctioning a 95-piece ...
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