|Way to Die #252|
|Name of the death is a pun on "well done"|
|"You'd like to think someone as corrupt as Wang-Chung would wind up paying for his sins, and in this case, that's exactly what happened. The black marketeer wound up...blackened."|
|Date||February 3, 2011|
|Location||Chinatown, Los Angeles, California|
| Episode this death|
was featured in
|"Tweets from the Dead"|
| previous death|
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"Well Chung", Way to Die #252, is the fifth death to be featured on "Tweets from the Dead", which aired on March 26, 2012.
Wang-Chung was a street-side con artist, but not just any merchants...he was a black market merchant. Wang Chung had a small street-side bazaar where you could buy anything from protected animal organs to illegal weapons. The fact that a criminal like this could sell illegal goods in public was astonishing. One day, while making a pirated DVD sale, he gets a tip that the FBI agent is coming after him....right now. He immediately closes his bazaar and hastily hides in his camp-trailer, where he hides illegal fireworks. sure enough, the FBI was investigating his street-corner. An hour later, he puts his lit cigarette in his hand and then puts it on a 6-pack of canned beverages. It falls off and lands on the fuse of a firecracker. A moment later...all hell breaks loose inside the small trailer. The initial explosion of the firework set off a huge, fiery, loud chain-reaction..with Wang-Chung crammed inside. Fireworks, firecrackers, bottle rockets, sparklers, popper-snappers and more all shoot everywhere in all directions, causing a catastrophic, forceful blast wave of blazing fire that no human could survive. When the fireworks end, an agent opens the door, and it is revealed that Wang-Chung died in a defining, blazing, inferno within a 6-5 foot trailer. But at least he went out with a bang and then blackened.
- A similar incident happened on Tru-tv, where a bunch of partiers accidentally ignited a pile of fireworks in a boat. But those where legal fireworks.
- The character might be named after the new wave band Wang Chung.
- Wang Bang (Spike TV website)