2020 has been a truly strange year. People have been cooped up inside their homes for several months, killer wasps were supposed to be on the loose and Marvel Cinematic Universe star Chris Evans has accidentally leaked his own nudes.
It's no secret that Evans is new to Instagram. Although the Captain America actor has been on Twitter for several years, he only opened an Instagram account in 2020 and may have been having trouble trying to understand the application.
Earlier today, Evans uploaded a video on the platform as part of the Heads Up game. Although he was able to post the video, the actor also forgot to trim the clip which revealed a gallery of videos and pictures, including one featuring a photo of an erect penis.
Not surprisingly, fans were shocked with the revelation and it didn't take long for the clip to end up all over Twitter. While we can't show you the actual video (Evans immediately deleted the post and we're trying to keep things SFW around here), here are some of the hilarious reactions from netizens about the other photo that appeared in the clip.
chris evans on his way to guard that pussy pic.twitter.com/IbN7aRkedy— victoire (@witchydracula) September 12, 2020
what is chris evans guarding that pussy from???? pic.twitter.com/w2uvpdSyTT— RAQUEL (@wuhloowuh) September 12, 2020
Went to see why Chris Evans was trending and pic.twitter.com/99WADqG0lr— gibby (@lilgibgreg) September 12, 2020
girl what the only thing chris evans has protected is that pssy pic.twitter.com/34DcujfyvB— jack (@Iuvgulore) September 12, 2020
The coolest thing about this incident is that the video has almost disappeared in the searches. This may have a lot to do with loyal Evans fans who are clearing the actor's searches with positive images instead.
I love that Chris Evans accidentally leaked his own nudes and people have flooded his hashtag with pictures of him with his dog or memes to try and stop it spreading ?— Bobbi Brant (@bobbibrant) September 12, 2020
I think that’s the same energy he gives to the world pic.twitter.com/KIRhHdj20I
Evans' most recent project was the crime drama Defending Jacob which aired on Apple TV+ in May.