Traveling to Sardinia during filming “finest survival in the wild”, famous American actor armie hammer, together with the host met a mountain goat. Grylls said that her milk is best to drink straight from the udder. As a result, the actor took the challenge and decided to do it.
“You know what? I went so far, that’ll do it,” he said.
Poor goat struggled and bleated, while hammer was trying to quench a thirst, however, leading was firmly holding the animal by the horns.
“I understand, believe me, I don’t like it”, — said the actor to the goat.
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In the end, the hammer still managed to try the milk from the udder of the mountain goats.
“I did it! As they say, caught the moment! I squirted in his mouth the fresh milk in my life. I’m surprised and at the same time happy to admit that it really was delicious,” said the actor.
Recall that in new York (USA) at 83 year of life died a famous actor Ron Liebman. The cause of death of complications from pneumonia.
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