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Does everyone know about Zac Efron’s public condom?

by | 2nd, March 2012

SO, you’re Zav Efron on the red carpet and being upstaged by all-manner of women showing their legs and arse-cleavage in their expensive gowns. Thinking that no-one in their right mind would bother looking at some bloke in Yet Another Tuxedo, you aimless amble your way to the premiere.

If you look like Zac Efron, people are looking at you because they like your well-sculpted face. You don’t notice them as you fumble around in your pocket. And while you do, something falls out onto the floor and suddenly, you’re aware that your entire surroundings has become a strobefest as the paps flood your brain with flashes.

At last week’s Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax premiere, Zac Efron dropped a condom on the red carpet because he was obviously going to be getting lucky that night.

Of course he was. He’s Zac Efron.

Naturally, while appearing on ‘Today’, blushing Matt Lauer asked Efron about his condom.

“Your name brings a lot of attention to this role and this movie, and there’s something else that brought a lot of attention to this movie recently, Zac, at the premiere,” said Lauer. “Yeah,” Efron answered reluctantly.

Lauer then asked the High School Musical star to “take me through it.” Efron didn’t exactly want to, but he did assure the anchor that he “never really had a pocket-checking policy when I was going on the red carpet before, but now we’ve fully instated one.”

“You dropped a … a condom on the red carpet,” Lauer elaborated. “That was really hard for you to say,” Efron observed, before adding that its “better to be safe than sorry.”

Well done to all the 13 year old girls and worrying old women who are now thinking of Efron’s swollen member.

Image: Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax” star Zac Efron attends the National Education Association’s 15th annual Read Across America Day at The New York Public Libary, in New York, Friday, March 2, 2012.



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