George Clooney is known for his infamous pranks, but this one sure as crap beats them all.
While paying tribute to the two-time Oscar winner at the 45th Annual Kennedy Center Honors ceremony, Matt Damon decided to tell the audience about the time George pooped in a friend's cat's litter box.
"It has been said that my friend George Clooney is the last of the true movie stars. So, I got to thinking about exactly what that meant," Matt began, according to E! News. "Of course, a number of past Kennedy Center honorees have certainly been movie stars in that classic sense. Actors with class and sophistication — Cary Grant, Henry Fonda, Paul Newman, Gregory Peck."
Matt then added, "And then I think of George, a man who defecated in Richard Kind's kitty litter box as a joke."
This actually isn't the first time the story has been told. Back in March 2021, George appeared on a "SmartLess" podcast together and detailed the situation, noting that he would routinely clean up after Richard's cat so that he would think the feline is constipated. Richard, of course, knew none of this.
"And then he takes the cat to the vet, and they give him this kitty Metamucil," the "Ocean's 11" star said on the podcast. "And so now this little kitty is s——- 15 times a day, and I am scooping it all up, because I have nothing else to do, I have no idea why. It's just funny."
"The light bulb, you know, goes off, and I realized what I must do, which is take a s— in the cat box," George explained. "He's in there for like a minute, and I don't hear anything and then, all of a sudden, I hear, 'Oh, my God! … I come in and I just, tears coming down my eyes, I'm laughing, and slowly he figures it out."
Richard didn't think it was a laughing matter.
"He gets madder and madder and, finally, he's like, 'I understand humor. Defecation doesn't make me laugh,'" George recalled him saying.