Randy Orton Caught Shamelessly Staring At Fan's Boobs During Selfie

Randy Orton is living up to his name after being caught on camera staring at a fan's boobs.

To be completely fair, it makes a nice change from the 'mannequin-esque' poses celebrities usually go with. If I was this girl, I'd be much happier that my selfie was funny as fuck.

Apparently, John Cena is there too but you can't see him.

WWE is never far from controversy. For example, do you remember this Cena moment?

Despite the fact the question was asked by a young kid, a voice came from nowhere, thought to be Cena's, who answered that his favourite thing to eat is Nikki Bella, or certainly inferred it.

Obviously, we ain't talking no cannibal Silence of the Lambs shit here, we're talking about the stuff kids definitely aren't supposed to see.

He says: "What's my favourite food? Well if I were to have Nicole stand up this time, I couldn't show you.

"Don't worry, you're gonna get that in 15 years and it's going to be funny."

Almost instantly the two Bella twins look mortified as Daniel Bryan finds it hilarious. If you could see John, you'd imagine that he has a look of regret on his face the moment he says it.

Another particularly cringe-inducing moment was when Goldust€™ came out in 'fancy dress' during a match against Flash Funk. He was trying to impersonate Flash€™ by wearing a fur coat, but he also went whole hog and painted his face black. Don't believe me?

Or how about the HLA segment? Back in 2002, WWE decided to introduce something called HLA (Hot Lesbian Action). Basically, they got girls to kiss each other and take their tops off. Writing it now, in 2017, it seems a bit... old-fashioned.

What do you think? Which of these moments is the most controversial?

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online.

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