Should manage some "interesting"stories from this. Craziest guy I've met through the martial art would be a guy named Serge Laflamme. Serge has a Guinness Book of Records listing for brick breaking. Tried to make a living for a while doing brick breaking demos at boxing and kickboxing events around Quebec. People weren't too impressed. Had to jazz up his act. Richard Barathy used to set the bricks on fire before he broke them. Serge decided he would set himself on fire, then break the bricks. Fire, Laflamme. I saw Serge at a 1991 convention trying to beat his Guinness record for speed breaking. Had cement patio tiles stacked all around a hockey rink. Started breaking the slabs with a downward elbow. Goes through the first 5 or so piles, no problem , then one pile wont break. Hits it again. Nothing. Hits it again, it breaks. Goes to the next one, but he's moving slower. Breaks that one, heads for the next. Slams his elbow into the tiles. Nothing. Stands up, bows and walks out of the rink area, goes behind the curtain where so must people can't see him, and faints. See him later that night on a drunken boat cruise, elbow swollen like a grapefruit, says he will see a doctor when he goes home in a few days. Next I hear, Serge has decided to become a stunt man. At that time in Canada, Vancouver is the place for film work. Serge doesn't speak English, but why let that stop you. He has qualifications. He can fight and is comfortable setting himself on fire. Learns how to jump/get pushed out a window and land on boxes. The live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV show is filmed in Vancouver. Serge becomes a turtle Donatello to be exact. Eventually Serge becomes bored of throwing himself out windows, setting himself on fire and dressing up in a turtle costume. He decides to go to India to seek enlightenment and become a monk He is gone for a couple years, when he suddenly pops back up in Canada, bald head, saffron robes and a new religion he has developed. Haven't heard much about Serge lately. but he remains the craziest person I've met through the martial arts.