Chris Evans accidentally leaked a nude and of course Twitter had jokes

Captain America had a bit of a goof on Instagram on Saturday. Image: Tasos Katopodis / WireImage By Alex Perry2020-09-12 20:26:01 UTC Chris Evans accidentally posted something he shouldn't have on Instagram, so let's enjoy the jokes while respecting his privacy. The Avengers and Not Another Teen Movie star's iPhone camera roll made its way into a now-deleted Instagram post on Saturday. It included a private photo that you should absolutely not seek out. We're being totally serious; he deserves privacy just as much as any of us. Chris, if you're reading this, we have a guide for safely storing nude photos.  He apparently had also saved a meme of his own face with a vulgar phrase that starts with the words "Guard That" followed by a word that should have cost Donald Trump the presidency in 2016. That said, Twitter brought jokes, as it always does. You can innocently enjoy some laughs without seeking out private materials that were not meant for your eyes. Here are just a few of the best tweets about it, including a couple from Mashable's own Marvel's Avengers reviewer Alexis Nedd and chief Chris Evans correspondent Nicole Gallucci. Me: I'm so incredibly anxious about logging on to work the weekend shift tomorrow after five days of being offline Chris Evans: I will leak my nudes — Nicole Gallucci (@nicolemichele5) September 12, 2020 Just swapped my Avengers game character to Captain America. Someone’s gotta guard that p—[signal drops out] — alexis nedd (@alexisthenedd) September 12, 2020 ⚠️⚠️Chris Evans NUDE⚠️⚠️

Chris Evans accidentally leaked a nude and of course Twitter had jokes
Captain America had a bit of a goof on Instagram on Saturday. Image: Tasos Katopodis / WireImage By Alex Perry2020-09-12 20:26:01 UTC Chris Evans accidentally posted something he shouldn't have on Instagram, so let's enjoy the jokes while respecting his privacy. The Avengers and Not Another Teen Movie star's iPhone camera roll made its way into a now-deleted Instagram post on Saturday. It included a private photo that you should absolutely not seek out. We're being totally serious; he deserves privacy just as much as any of us. Chris, if you're reading this, we have a guide for safely storing nude photos.  He apparently had also saved a meme of his own face with a vulgar phrase that starts with the words "Guard That" followed by a word that should have cost Donald Trump the presidency in 2016. That said, Twitter brought jokes, as it always does. You can innocently enjoy some laughs without seeking out private materials that were not meant for your eyes. Here are just a few of the best tweets about it, including a couple from Mashable's own Marvel's Avengers reviewer Alexis Nedd and chief Chris Evans correspondent Nicole Gallucci. Me: I'm so incredibly anxious about logging on to work the weekend shift tomorrow after five days of being offline Chris Evans: I will leak my nudes — Nicole Gallucci (@nicolemichele5) September 12, 2020 Just swapped my Avengers game character to Captain America. Someone’s gotta guard that p—[signal drops out] — alexis nedd (@alexisthenedd) September 12, 2020 ⚠️⚠️Chris Evans NUDE⚠️⚠️