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16th Jan '16 6:14:27 AM EDP
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* [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Fethry Duck]] does sometime cause this kind of disasters. Not being an idiot, he does sometime take advantage of it, such as working in demolitions (that get much quicker and cheaper) or, as in the Italian story "Zio Paperone e l'Ultima Avventura" ("Uncle Scrooge's Last Adventure"), easy and large-scale sabotage.
3rd Jan '16 12:18:51 PM Doug86
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* Most characters on ''HappyTreeFriends'', but resident [[TheDitz ditz]] Lumpy takes it UpToEleven.

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* Most characters on ''HappyTreeFriends'', ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', but resident [[TheDitz ditz]] Lumpy takes it UpToEleven.
8th Nov '15 10:43:33 AM nombretomado
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* ''RedVsBlue'' gives us Caboose, who has a history of team-killing people he tries to help. So much so that, not only does the Blue Team tell Caboose to help someone they want shot, Command has their own keyboard shortcut for his [=TKs=] (Control+F+U).

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* ''RedVsBlue'' ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' gives us Caboose, who has a history of team-killing people he tries to help. So much so that, not only does the Blue Team tell Caboose to help someone they want shot, Command has their own keyboard shortcut for his [=TKs=] (Control+F+U).
26th Sep '15 5:58:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* The title character of ''TheIncredibleWorldsOfWallyMcDoogle'', to the point where he's apparently been declared a "national [[WalkingDisasterArea disaster area]]". Whatever happens in his misadventures, you can bet that massive property damage and possible intervention from both local and international authorities are sure to follow.

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* The title character of ''TheIncredibleWorldsOfWallyMcDoogle'', ''Literature/TheIncredibleWorldsOfWallyMcDoogle'', to the point where he's apparently been declared a "national [[WalkingDisasterArea disaster area]]". Whatever happens in his misadventures, you can bet that massive property damage and possible intervention from both local and international authorities are sure to follow.
4th Sep '15 7:49:51 AM DannyVElAcme
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* Cadet-then-Officer-then-Sergeant Douglas Fackler in the ''Film/PoliceAcademy'' movies might be the very embodiment of this trope, constantly causing bodily injury to anyone around him while him being completely oblivious to it. He is such an immense jinx that throwing an apple core outside his patrol car's window in the first movie causes a chain reaction that results in '''a city-wide riot'''.
24th Jul '15 7:00:58 PM nombretomado
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* Dethklok from ''{{Metalocalypse}}''. They manage to kill fans at every show, the faulty and badly-conceived products they endorse cause countless deaths, and that's not even getting into the times when either they or their fans have people murdered intentionally.

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* Dethklok from ''{{Metalocalypse}}''.''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}''. They manage to kill fans at every show, the faulty and badly-conceived products they endorse cause countless deaths, and that's not even getting into the times when either they or their fans have people murdered intentionally.
7th May '15 10:01:00 PM LinTaylor
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{FATAL}}'', rolling a CriticalFailure while attempting {{Slapstick}} can result in damage to bystanders.
17th Apr '15 8:33:55 PM nombretomado
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* There was an episode of ''{{CSI}}'' with this guy. He accidentally killed his wife and somehow decided that the best thing to do was bury her in fresh cement at a construction site... where he got stuck. It got worse when they delved into his backstory. Some characters found his antics funny but Grissom was just disturbed.
* ''{{Scrubs}}'': JD's girlfriend Julie has classic Klutz tendencies, but when there's someone else for her to hurt she'll find an interesting way to maim them. Elliot was often a victim.

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* There was an episode of ''{{CSI}}'' ''Series/{{CSI}}'' with this guy. He accidentally killed his wife and somehow decided that the best thing to do was bury her in fresh cement at a construction site... where he got stuck. It got worse when they delved into his backstory. Some characters found his antics funny but Grissom was just disturbed.
* ''{{Scrubs}}'': ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': JD's girlfriend Julie has classic Klutz tendencies, but when there's someone else for her to hurt she'll find an interesting way to maim them. Elliot was often a victim.
17th Mar '15 12:16:06 AM foxley
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* Annie from ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' is known as [[InUniverseNickname "the blonde widow"]] for this reason and has used this trait as a [[TookALevelInBadass weapon]] on occasion. Every normal boy who has gone on a date with her has ended up in hospital due to her clumsiness, and it is speculated that second date would kill them.
6th Feb '15 7:11:23 PM MiinU
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* Excel from ''Manga/ExcelSaga''. The many ways in which she kills [[ButtMonkey Pedro]] are particularly notable.



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* The title character of ''{{Lenore}}'' does this quite often.



* ''{{Scrubs}}'':
** Doug, one of JD's classmates. They eventually solve this by making him a coroner.
** JD's girlfriend Julie has classic Klutz tendencies, but when there's someone else for her to hurt she'll find an interesting way to maim them. Elliot was often a victim.

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* ''{{Scrubs}}'':
** Doug, one of JD's classmates. They eventually solve this by making him a coroner.
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''{{Scrubs}}'': JD's girlfriend Julie has classic Klutz tendencies, but when there's someone else for her to hurt she'll find an interesting way to maim them. Elliot was often a victim.
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