Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Gerard Butler crashes hen party

Gerard Butler surprised hen party guests in Australia

Gerard Butler has surprised a bride-to-be by gate-crashing her hen party.

The Hollywood star partied with the girls on the boat trip from Sydney Harbour, according to reports.

Maja Nogic and her friends were getting on the vessel when they were told by the boat's manager that there was a surprise for them.

And they couldn't believe it when they discovered the surprise wasn't a stripper or other hen party fixture, but 44-year-old Gerard.

As Gerard surprised the women he reportedly called down to the girls: "Is this a hen's party? Can I join? We're going to dance a little bit, drink a little bit."

The Scottish star is currently in Sydney as he prepares to film Gods Of Egypt and was on board the boat because he had used it just before the hen party to look at properties on Rushcutter's Bay, the Daily Mirror reported.

Dragana Ogorelica, a friend of the bride, said that they got "the shock of our lives" when they saw the star standing on the boat they hired for the day.

"We thought it was a stripper, because it was a hen's party. But then we saw [Gerard] standing on the boat. We all just started screaming," Mail Online quoted her as saying.

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