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Why MTV's Real World Needs Local Party Animal Anthony Crapella

It's easy to hate Anthony Crapella. He's loud and sarcastic and has a penchant for dropping his pants and streaking through crowds.

"My goal is to get famous before I'm famous," he boasts.

At first glance, the unemployed 25-year-old Coral Springs party bro looks like he just stepped off the assembly line of a guido factory. Gauges in each ear, an off-centered chin piercing, and shaved head accent his Italian complexion.

"You either love me or hate me," Crapella says. "I'm a good character. I'm a good face for reality TV."

And that's his ambition.

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Chris Sweeney