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Video: Dan Daru makes horrified child cry on live TV

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Westword has shown a lot of love to Fox31's Dan Daru over the years, including a 2000 profile and a Best of Denver award that same year in the category "Best Proof That TV Attracts the Clinically Insane." But the kid seen in the video below isn't amused by Daru's antics. Indeed, during a recent morning show, the kid gave Big Dan the death glare before bursting into sobs. The results are tragic and hilarious in equal measure. See the clip below.

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