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Orlando Bloom 'sneaks around as shark'

Published 01/09/2015

Orlando Bloom
Orlando Bloom

Orlando Bloom is said to have had fun dressed as a shark at a British festival.

The A-list actor was at Britain's Reading Festival at the weekend, taking in music from the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Mumford & Sons.

Onlookers spied him dressed in a shark costume, which apparently caught the eye of a gaggle of ladies.

"He was very friendly and appeared to be flirting with one of the women. He complimented her on her outfit, which was rather revealing," a source told British newspaper Metro.

Orlando is then said to have taken the group to the side of the stage to enjoy Kendrick's set.

"He was surrounded by women and looked to be enjoying the attention and their company," the insider added.

The party didn't stop there for 38-year-old, as he later joined DJ Deadmau5 on stage. His guest appearance was a sneaky affair though, as he kept his Jaws-inspired outfit on.

"Deadmau5 has a habit of bringing people on stage with him dressed in costumes. Orlando thought it would be fun to go out there and have no one know it was him," the source said.

It's not always fun and games for the actor though. Earlier this summer X17 Online reported that the Lord of the Rings star helped rescue a jet skier who got into trouble in Malibu. Orlando was out with four-year-old son Flynn, who he has with estranged wife Miranda Kerr, when the incident occurred. The star, along with a group of other beach goers, pulled the person on the jet ski out of the sea.

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