Joel Kinnaman Goes Naked in Latest Instagram Picture

Taking to the photo-sharing platform, the 'House of Cards' star shares a photo of him stripping down to his birthday suit while playing in the pool.

AceShowbiz - Joel Kinnaman caused fans frenzy when he treated his Instagram followers on Sunday, March 17 to a scandalous photo of himself. The "House of Cards" star stripped down to his birthday suit in the picture which appeared to be taken during his vacation.

The photo in question featured Joel wearing absolutely nothing as he got playful in the swimming pool. Instead of covering his private part with his body, the actor spread his leg to the camera as he smiled cheekily, showing off his arm tattoo and chiseled abs. However, due to the social media site's community guidelines, he covered his penis with a pink heart emoji.

Joel wrote in the caption, "A wise man told me it's every mans right to be naked in his own home. Unfortunately this isn't my home."

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A wise man told me it’s every mans right to be naked in his own home. Unfortunately this isn’t my home. 💝

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Fans immediately flooded the comment section with rather thirsty messages, as many demanded that he removed the emoji covering his private area. "Remove the heart!! Lol," one said as another echoed the sentiment, "Please remove the heart. Thank you." One other noted, "We need the (heart emoji) off the picture right now."

Will Smith even joined the fun by throwing a playful shade, "I just threw up in my Mouth," to which one fan replied, "New bucket list item/episode for ya 'Nekkid in a hot tub with Joel.' " Someone else gushed, "This makes my heart beat so fast I just wish it was fast enough too (sic) knock that heart off there well a girl can dream."

Beginning his acting career in the 1990s, Joel is best known for his roles as Detective Stephen on "The Killing", Takeshi Kovacs in the first season of "Altered Carbon" and Governor Will Conway on "House of Cards". He additionally starred in 2014's "RoboCop" remake as well as played Rick Flag in "Suicide Squad".

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