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OUTLANDER SAM HEUGHAN REVEALS WHAT IT FELT LIKE GOING SKINNY-DIPPING ON ‘MEN IN KILTS’: ‘IT WAS VERY COLD’

Sam Heughan is a man of his word. He spoke about having to go skinny-dipping in the North Sea after losing a bet to Graham McTavish in the new ‘Men In Kilts’ episode.

Outlander. Sam Heughan. Foto: Daily Mail
Outlander. Sam Heughan. Foto: Daily Mail

Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish explored the world of Scottish sports in the Feb. 21 episode of Men In Kilts and made a bet that whoever loses the most sporting events will have to skinny dip in the North Sea. 

In the end, it was Sam who had to take the plunge, and he chatted about how cold that chilly water was as he went swimming with absolutely nothing on. He admitted that on a scale of 1 to 10, it was probably a minus 5.

During the Men In Kilts press junket, the water was very cold. It’s the North Sea and most people when they go in the North Sea to surf — who knew that Scotland had a surfing population? — they wear a wetsuit. A very thick one.

Graham McTavish just had to chime in and say that he was warm and cozy with his blanket as Sam Heughan was skinny-dipping in the frigid waters. When asked how long Sam went skinny-dipping for, Graham quipped, “Not long enough.” Sam was a tough sport through it all and didn’t back down from the bet. Jamie Fraser would be proud!

Source: Hollywood Life

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