Hollyoaks’ David Tag sends fans into overdrive with huge bulge snap
Hollyoaks hunk David Tag has once again flaunted his impressive package on the front page of a magazine, sending his Instagram followers into meltdown.
David, 34, shared the front page to his 162.3K Instagram followers and they lost their mind after his bulge took centre stage in the impressive snap.
The actor who plays Sylver McQueen in the Channel 4 soap, posed on the front cover of DNA Magazine, wearing nothing but a pair of tiny white briefs, which left little to the imagination.
But, fans were not able to contain themselves in the comment section, leaving one to add: "JESUS CHRIST."
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While a second exclaimed: "Oh yes, very nice."
A third went on to comment: "Dayum, you are a great advertisement for the gym."
Co-star Gary Lucy chipped in: "I wanna hate you but I can't."
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While fellow Hollyoaks actor Rory Douglass-Speed joked: "Oh my gosh. What a long…. necklace you have."
David is no stranger to flaunting his impressive body and in fact, his manhood, frequently treating followers to shirtless snaps in the gym, relaxing or on photoshoots.
It was recently announced that David had been cast in an upcoming LGBTQ film, alongside Ackley Bridge hunk, Sam Retford and Mencap ambassador George Webster.
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The film will follow two teenage lads, who go on to fall in love after confiding in one another in their local park.
David said that he feels "lucky to be part of such a progressive and inclusive film" before going on to praise his co-stars.
He added: "Being given the opportunity to work on this exciting project with Sam Retford and George Webster, who are both extremely talented actors has been incredibly liberating."
The film is set to hit film festivals worldwide, with bosses hoping to turn it into a full-length feature film.
- Channel 4
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