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No undies for Johnny Depp

2013-07-08 21:12
 
Los Angeles - Johnny Depp likes to go commando.

The 50-year-old star revealed he found a hole in his jeans and had to patch them up with duct tape because he doesn't often wear underwear.

Asked if he likes to go commando, he replied: “That's the general approach. And so, yeah, I just immediately looked for duct tape. And then I continue to wear them.”

The Lone Ranger actor discovered the unfortunate tear in his pants when he was going to see his son Jack in a school performance and quickly realised the awkwardness of his predicament.

He explained: “I realised one morning as I was going to a thing my boy had at school - one of those things where they get up and sing a song - I had to be there at a certain time, and of course, I was running late and I was reaching back to check and see if I had my wallet and passport and stuff.

“I always have a passport for some reason. And so I reached back and I thought, 'Jesus Christ!' There was this really long tear - and there were no undergarments involved!”

- BangShowBiz

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