Clearly, Tommy Lee doesn’t understand the idea, or the need, to just keep it in your pants. But this is just who he is.
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And he has no issues of putting himself on full display whenever the mood strikes.
The latest example of this sort of came during a Mötley Crüe concert in Los Angeles, as the drummer took center stage while the band was getting ready to perform the song Home Sweet Home. Well, guess what Lee revealed when he arrived in front of the crowd?
If you guessed his weiner, you only got it half right.
As you know, Lee, 59, has come under fire for recently revealing himself fully in a picture on Instagram. That’s something he addressed when talking to the audience in LA. Except this time, he pulled out a different type of wiener. As in, you know, a dog.
“Some of you might’ve heard this before, but a couple of weeks ago we had a break on this tour and I went to some f***in’ island in Bora Bora and I got f**in’ loose, drunk as f***, f***in’ wobbler,” he told the crowd. “I f***in’ fell the f*** off. So what happened is I got all drunk, took a bunch of pictures of my d***, tossed them up on Instagram.”
Lee kept the suspense of what he may do next going.
“And so I figured they took them down from Instagram, and you guys wanna see my weiner? You guys wanna see the s***? Is that a yeah? All right, let’s go. Let me show you my f***in’ weiner. You ready? There it is.”
It was at that point that Lee pulled a dachshund puppy out of his shorts. Yes, the weiner dog had been in his pants.
While the crowd reacted favorably to Lee’s stunt, animal lovers may not find the bit so funny. But fear not, Lee has already addressed anyone who might have an issue — namely, PETA and other animal rights activists.
“And by the way @peta no weiners were injured or harmed during this, both weiners were actually quite cozy snuggling,” he tweeted above a video of the gag.
Anyway, in the event you missed the show, fear not. Lee and the gang are currently on a stadium tour with Def Leppard and still have a few dates left.
So there is still time to hear about weiners and dogs and maybe even hear a little rock ‘n’ roll, if that’s your thing.