GAME of Thrones hunk Jason Momoa is renowned for playing Khal Drogo in the epic HBO series.
But away from the show, the DC Comics Aquaman actor – who is married to gorgeous American actress Lisa Bonet – has been spotted living it up in London, a far cry from the plains of Westeros.
And it seems the handsome chap was having a whale of a time in the capital, as a VIP guest at a Guns N’ Roses concert at the Olympic Stadium.
Dressed in a muscle-popping skimpy black vest top with the band’s logo emblazoned on the front – which left little to the imagination, much to the delight of fans – and a pair of flip-flops, Jason certainly charmed everyone backstage, weirdly introducing himself as “Aquaman”.
A source exclusively told OK! Online: “Jason headed backstage at the gig and was laughing and joking with everyone, and was introducing himself as “Aquaman” as he shook hands with fans.
“He stayed before and after the show, and was definitely impressing a few of the ladies backstage, flipping his hair and flashing a smile – he looked to be in his element.
“He was literally popping out of his tiny vest, and all the girls were swooning over him – and he looked like he really enjoyed that.”
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He also hung out with fellow Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion Lannister in the show, as the pair stopped for a snap with guitar legend Slash.
Jason’s character Khal was at the centre of a huge storyline in Game of Thrones, after marrying Dragon Queen Daenerys Targaryen.
The shocking first few scenes of the couple together saw Khal Drogo ‘have his way’ with his new bride – in a particularly forceful manner.
He previously spoke to MTV about the difficulty of the sex scenes with Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys, saying it was one of the most difficult things he ever had to film.
“It’s hard,” he revealed. “It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do, because I love Emilia, she’s someone that I love and adore to this day.
“You have to kind of separate [yourself from] it,” he explained, adding that the actors would be very supportive of each other following the scenes.
“Lots of kisses and ‘I’m sorry’ afterwards,” he said. “It’s horrible, but Kahl Drogo, that’s what he does. Then you watch and you see him like this, your interpretation of what the character is, but by the end, you absolutely fall in love with him and you find out a soft side.”