Oops! Did Chris Evans accidentally share a nude pic?

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  • Chris Evans started trending over the weekend after accidentally sharing a NSFW image on Instagram.
  • Fans were quick to comment on the images before they were removed.
  • "I did not have 'Chris Evans accidentally sharing his d*ck pics on Insta stories' on my Covid bingo card, but 2020 rolls on," one fan wrote.

Chris Evans was trending over the weekend for a rather unexpected reason. 

See, the actor took to Instagram Stories over the weekend to share a screen recording of the Heads Up game he'd been playing with his family, reports E! News. However, when the video concluded and closed, users got a quick look of his camera roll which included a photo of his face with the words: "Guard that pussy," while another was a very clear shot of a penis.

He removed the clip shortly after, and we're not quite sure if it was his camera roll, or his penis, but I mean, one can assume – at least, fans did.

YouTube star Manny Mua commented: "Chris Evans leaking Chris Evans nudes is the highlight of my Saturday," while another thanked 2020 for this one blessing. "I did not have 'Chris Evans accidentally sharing his d*ck pics on Insta stories' on my Covid bingo card, but 2020 rolls on... I'm going to need a minute," Elizabeth Cotignola wrote on Twitter.

Even Chris' Avengers co-star, Markl Ruffalo took to social media to weigh in. "Bro, while Trump is in office there is NOTHING you could possibly do to embarrass yourself. See... silver lining," he wrote.

Chris has yet to address the NSFW content on the phone, and again, even if it's his. But he did give a telling interview back in 2016. Speaking to Anna Faris for her podcast he said: "Nobody sends a bad dick pic. There's always a full photo shoot, like a four-hour photo shoot with filters."

Ah! Well, we thank you for your service, Captain. 

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