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Ric Flair has been forced to come out and deny he gave a woman oral sex on a train.
It comes as a photo started doing the rounds on social media, which some claimed showed the WWE legend performing a sex act.
The racy snap has seen the Nature Boy trending on Twitter, as some believed the long, white hair of the man involved in the precarious situation is indeed him.
However, Flair has now said it's total rubbish... because he doesn't travel by train.
In a post to his account, the 72-year-old shared a cartoon of him riding a train, which reads: "This Picture Is As Real As That Other One Floating Around.
This Picture Is As Real As That Other One Floating Around. The Nature Boy Doesn't Ride Trains! WOOOOO WOOOOO! pic.twitter.com/XdM6AlQ3wM
- Ric Flair:registered: (@RicFlairNatrBoy) August 18, 2021
"The Nature Boy Doesn't Ride Trains! WOOOOO WOOOOO!"
Since sharing the tweet, it has been liked more than 24,000 times, with hundreds piling into the comments.
One user joked: "Woooo! So true...you peasants thought the nature boy was on the amtrak?????"
Another chimed in: "I love that the part you object to is being accused of riding a train."
A third said: "The nature boy of old is truly back at the age of 72. Not gonna lie I love it! Ric Flair is the GOAT!"
While yet another added: "You are a hero brotherRRrRrRrrR."
Now, while we'd love to share the photo in question, for obvious reasons, we just can't. But I'm sure it won't take you too long to find it.
After all that, I think we need something a little more wholesome.
How about Ric Flair learning how to ice skate?
A hilarious video posted on Instagram a while back shows the retired pro wrestler stumbling around on the ice as he desperately tries to stay on his feet.
At one stage, the footage shows him completely deck it, crashing onto his back.
But not one to be shown up by a bit of frozen water, the 16-time world heavyweight champion gets straight back up again and gives it another go.