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Jason Momoa's Cheeky Fishing Ensemble Left Little To The Imagination—And Fans Are Here For It

Jason Momoa shares video of him sporting a traditional garment called a malo on his @prideofgypsies Instagram stories.

Jason Momoa's Cheeky Fishing Ensemble Left Little To The Imagination—And Fans Are Here For It
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If you've always wanted to see actor Jason Momoa in the buff, now's your chance... well, almost anyway.

Fans of the famously buff Game of Thrones and Aquaman star have been losing their minds over videos Momoa recently posted to his Instagram showing him fishing in his native Hawaii in nothing but a beige traditional garment similar to a loincloth called a "malo."

And the garment left very little of the star to the imagination, to fans' delight.

You can see his post here:

Momoa shared several photos and video clips from his fishing excursion on Sunday.

He captioned his post:

"rainbows in my [Mananalu Water] sunday funday.
"amazing time with da ohana [family]."
"big mahalo [thank you] to captain hopper and J for helping us catch some aku [Skipjack tuna]."
"dried aku all week. cheeehuuu"

But one clip in particular caught the most notice. In it, Momoa is seen reeling in a large fish—the aku mentioned in his caption—in nothing but the traditional malo, baring almost his entire backside to his legions of thirsty fans.

Speaking of thirst, Momoa also used the images for a good cause. The actor shouted out his bottled water company, Mananalu Water, which packages its water in a reusable aluminum bottle and takes a portion of the proceeds of each bottle sold to remove plastic from the ocean.

Another photo of him in his malo also featured one of the bottles, with the caption:

“help stop single-use plastic water bottles. Please recycle. All my aloha j.”

Of course, we all love a good charitable cause.

But for most of Momoa's fans and friends online, it was the malo—or shall we say what it left uncovered—that caught the eye.

And on social media, the thirst was real.

Momoa has a whole slate of upcoming projects—in which he'll presumably appear fully clothed—including the Netflix fantasy film Slumberland dropping next month and the high-profile 10th installment of the Fast & Furious series Fast X, due in March 2023.