Thursday, July 30, 2015

Jason Sudeikis stunned by naked movie set intruders - report

Jason Sudeikis was given a shock when two female intruders reportedly walked onto his movie set and stripped off all their clothes.

Jason Sudeikis stunned by naked movie set intruders - report

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Jason Sudeikis, The 86th Annual Academy Awards Press Room
Jason Sudeikis, The 86th Annual Academy Awards Press Room

Jason Sudeikis was given a shock when two female intruders reportedly walked onto his movie set and stripped off all their clothes.

The former Saturday Night Live funnyman was shooting his new film Sleeping With Other People with actress Alison Brie in a New York bar in the early hours of Friday (27Jun14), when two women reportedly marched onto the set and disrobed. Editors at New York Post's gossip column Page Six obtained a picture which appears to show the two females standing naked in the bar.

A source adds of the incident, "A woman walked onto the set, whipped off her top and bared her breasts, then pulled down her pants and mooned the cast and crew."

A friend then joined her moments later. The insider adds, "The women both walked back onto the set completely naked, except one of them was carrying a little red handbag. Everyone on the crew, including Jason, was dumbfounded and open-mouthed."

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