RUSSELL BRAND ASKS YOGA FOLLOWERS TO MIMIC BREATHING 'LIKE A CRACK ADDICT'

Russell Brand, 43, is helping other people learn his techniques in a series of bizarre YouTube videos - including one that encourages followers to mimic their breathing to that of a crack addict.

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