Tommy Lee horrifies fans by uploading full on d**k pic to Instagram
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Tommy Lee horrified his social media followers on Thursday (11 August) when he appeared to post a full frontal naked photo on Instagram. Yes, we are talking schlong ‘n’ all.
The Mötley Crüe star appeared to be sitting on the edge of a jacuzzi in the image, which was captioned: “Ooooopppsss.”
Disgusted comments quickly racked up beneath Lee’s photo, with one person writing: “Aren’t you 59? This is just creepy.”
Other comments included: “Think about how many children follow you,” “You can’t post this on Instagram“ and “I need eye bleach help me.”
Twitter was just as freaked out by the d**k pic, with one person tweeting: “Not tommy lee posting his whole d**k on instagram while we’re high,” and another adding: “So no one gonna talk about what Tommy lee just posted.”
LADbible has approached Lee’s representative for comment.
It’s not the first time Lee’s willy has made headlines in recent weeks. The rockstar’s wiener also left fans flabbergasted back in February, following the release of Pam & Tommy on Disney+.
Ok, so it wasn’t Lee’s actual penis, but a prosthetic wang worn by actor Sebastian Stan, who played Lee in the series, which charted the infamous story of the former couple's sex tape.
In episode two, Stan’s Lee goes into a bathroom while under the influence of drugs and ends up having a full-blown convo with his own dick, which warns him about falling for Anderson too quickly.
While swaying all over the place, despairing about his owner falling in love, Lee’s willy exclaimed: "We've down this road before, and it never ends well," before insisting that the musician would miss out on bonking many beautiful celebrities if he settled down with Anderson.
Needless to say, many viewers’ jaws were on the floor throughout the scene, and Twitter was ablaze with stone-cold shock after the episode aired.
At the time, one person wrote: “The talking penis caught me off guard” while another added: “Watched episode 2 of #PamAndTommy and um that is some serious penis puppeteering, folks.”
Writer Robert Siegal admitted there was some 'pushback' over the scene - though it wasn't quite as random as it seemed.
Speaking to Variety, he said: "As much as I'd like to take credit for that, I was simply adapting a chapter from [Lee's] memoir.
"I think it might be a first [for television]. There was gentle pushback, because you've got to push back a little when a talking penis is presented to you. But Hulu was extremely supportive."