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9-1-1: Lone Star' Actor Posts Cheeky Skinny-Dipping Video—And Fans Need A Cold Shower

9-1-1: Lone Star' Actor Posts Cheeky Skinny-Dipping Video—And Fans Need A Cold Shower
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Gather 'round, one and all, for it is thirst o'clock.

One of the star's of 9-1-1: Lone Star, Ronen Rubinstein, recently posted a very *ahem* cheeky video on Twitter and Instagram, and fans are feeling the heat.

The openly bisexual Israeli actor left little to the imagination, at least where his backside is concerned.

You can see the clip below.

Rubinstein has been on vacation in Milan following the wrap of shooting on season three of 9-1-1 Lone Star.

In tribute to the country where he's currently soaking up some sun, Rubinstein captioned the video "La Dolce Vita"—Italian for "the sweet life."

That seems appropriate—it's hard to image a more beautiful life than one skinny-dipping in Italy.

The 28-year-old actor plays the character of T.K. Strand—whose father Owen Strand is played by actor Rob Lowe—on the series, which explores the lives of first responders in Austin, Texas.

His onscreen romance with the character Carlos Reyes—played by openly gay Brazilian actor Rafael L. Silva—has captured many fans' hearts who have dubbed the couple "Tarlos."

A few fans wondered what Silva will think of his costar's antics.

Silva has commented on some of Rubinstein's other social media content.

Rubinstein's revealing video is a pointed contrast to the way he says he grew up in Staten Island, New York.

In an interview with Variety last year, Rubinstein said he spent his formative years surrounded by homophobia.

"[W]here I come from, it’s like people like me and people who have identified as bisexual or gay or as any part of the community, you’re just not welcomed. It’s as brutally honest as that."
"It’s either you faced insane amounts of profanity, like the F-word was thrown around all the time or you would get your a** kicked if you were gay."
"So there was definitely a fear of sort of embracing how I felt."

If his social media post is any indication, Rubinstein is definitely done holding back.

And on Twitter, fans absolutely loved it.

If you want to see more of Rubinstein or Tarlos, Fox announced last week that 9-1-1: Lone Star has been renewed for a fourth season.

Seasons 1-3 can be streamed on HULU.

9-1-1: Lone Star is a spinoff of Fox's 9-1-1, a show about first responders in Los Angeles, California. 9-1-1: Lone Star was created for Fox by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear.

The show has received praise for their inclusive cast and representaton of LGBTQ+ people as well as minorities.