David Hasselhoff in an All-Leather Outfit With a Falcon on His Arm

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It's likely this article will only be big in Germany but I had to run it: David Hasselhoff in an all-leather outfit, minus a shirt, plus some chest hair, with a falcon on his arm. I do hope this is a promo shot of a movie, otherwise it'd be hard to make any sense of this.

I brought down the Berlin wall with my leather outfit and falcon

I found this photo on Reddit. To enhance the experience listen to his cover version of Feliz Navidad:

Update: @apo__ just informed us on Twitter this is a Golden Eagle, not a falcon. Thanks!

written by recurving on 2011-12-19 in #lifestyle #overly-descriptive-title #david-hasselhoff #falcon

5 Comments

  1. passionvictim
    passionvictim ·

    you're wrong! this article's gonna be big in Slovakia as well :)

  2. recurving
    recurving ·

    @passionvictim: I also forgot Austria…

  3. imaguoy
    imaguoy ·

    That's not a falcon, it's a golden eagle. Which makes the photo so much more intense.

  4. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    i must say that i REALLY liked him when i was young!!!!

  5. bridgetj
    bridgetj ·

    > I do hope this is a promo shot of a movie, otherwise it'd be hard to make any sense of this.

    Actually, I find him far better (read: funnier) where there's a complete and total lack of context. So yeah, this is about right.

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