Harry Potter out next Wednesday: Daniel Radcliffe's naked photos out now (NSFW)

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These photos aren't of Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter ( I'd like to see him in nothing but his wand and cape).   They photos were taken while he was in the London and Broadway production of Equus: a play about a man and  his sexual attraction to his horse.  Funny this production didn't make it to Florida, since it's still legal for people to have sex with animals here.  Radcliffe's character is going through some sexual issues.  Not unlike many of us. Hopefully not with the animals, though!!


While some believe this full frontal shot of Radcliffe was leaked from the real publicity shoot for Equus, many believe it was faked. I'll let you decide. Here is a link that dissects the alleged photoshopping. But, even if the bottom half of this picture doesn't belong to Radcliffe, it's still a healthy looking wang.


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Harry Potter  & the Half Blood Prince is coming out Wednesday July 15, and there's no better time to resurface these photos of a very naked, very toned, very sexy Daniel Radcliffe.   I know I'll be watching this 6th installment of the Harry Potter series in a highly aroused state that I haven't experienced in any of the previous movies.

(Full frontal pics below, NSFW)

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