Strictlys Adam Peaty causes fans to faint as he strips off for steamy snap
Strictly Come Dancing hunk Adam Peaty sparked a frenzy as he unveiled his ripped physique on Instagram.
Fans said the swimmer – who was in the BBC ballroom contest last year – looked "incredible" and "so hot" as he flaunted his killer abs.
The snap showed the star standing in the bathroom with not a scrap on except for the white towel wrapped around his waist.
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"Both my body & mind have been hit hard this week, very tough and extremely demanding but it’s great to be working at a level I haven’t been at in a long time," he told fans.
"Rest and Recovery before we go again. I love this sport."
His fans couldn't get enough of the racy shot.
"Hubba hubba!" one posted, while another chimed in: "There is a God x."
"I zoomed, stared, fainted," quipped someone else.
"My brain just literally shut off and rebooted lmao," said one fan, adding a string of flaming hot emojis.
Another said that the star was "smashing it" and another wrote: "Hells bells you're looking hotter by the day."
"I have said it before and will say it again, THIS MAN IS PERFECTION!" posted one of his admirers.
Plenty of Adam's fans also joked that they would love to see him let his towel slip.
"Gorgeous fella and if only that towel was just slight, a little bit lower," said one.
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"Definitely a towel drop moment needed there?" said another.
One cheeky fan asked: "Was the towel absolutely necessary?"
Others said they thought it was time that Adam signed up for adults only platform OnlyFans.
Adam was on Strictly last year and was paired with pro-Katya Jones. The pair finished ninth in the competition.
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