Actor and stunt queen Juan Torres-Falcon decided to do the only thing one can do when faced with the incessant passage of time: he waltzed up to Death's door--and did a soft dip.
In this case, Death's door happened to be adjacent to Sephora.
Torres-Falcon, currently kicking it up in Kinky Boots, wanted to "share the wisdom" of his 29 years by doing 29 "unusually slow" death drops all over Manhattan.
From Times Square to Broadway and, less prudently, the subway, Juan rang in his 29th year in the world by defiantly not breaking his leg and gagging some tourists who didn't know what the hell was happening.
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