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Zac Efron pokes fun at his Baywatch tumble

Published 26/04/2016

Zac Efron
Zac Efron

The actor proves he has a good sense of humour as he brushes off the embarrassing fall.

Zac Efron has had a laugh at his own expense after taking an embarrassing tumble while filming the Baywatch movie adaptation.

The Neighbors star has been busy shooting the beach drama in Georgia, but he was recently caught on camera tripping up as he and his fellow cast members, including Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Kelly Rohrback, and Alexandra Daddario, sprinted along the beach.

In photos obtained by, the 28-year-old was featured running topless in his red lifeguard shorts, before falling forward and rolling on the ground, as his co-stars turned to look at their pal.

At the time the images were published on Monday (25Apr16), it was not known if the tumble was scripted, but now Zac has made it clear it was a shameful mishap after sharing two before and after images side-by-side on his page.

"*think cool thoughts* run cool- hit em with that COOL #Baywatch run..." he wrote as he detailed his line of thinking during the tumble. "*cool thoughts* Yeah, thats it- Run coooool *cool thoughts* Oh yeah, Feelin it *think coo- AGH WTF (what the f**k) - #notcool (sic)."

The 28-year-old's post was one of two social media messages uploaded since reports surfaced on Monday suggesting he had split from his girlfriend of almost two years, Sami Miro.

Zac has yet to confirm or deny the claims, but he was the one who sparked the speculation after deleting all photos of Sami from his page, and 'unfollowing' her on social media - leading fans to believe the couple had parted ways.

Sami has also remained silent over the break-up rumours.

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