Menounas and Mel go troppo
Greek American television star Maria Menounas got her Hawaiian 5-0 on as she was whisked away on the dancefloor by a misbehaving Mel Gibson at her 34th birthday celebrations
Greek American television star Maria Menounas got her Hawaiian 5-0 on as she was whisked away on the dancefloor by a misbehaving Mel Gibson at her 34th birthday celebrations at her Encino home last Saturday.
The Lethal Weapon star - who was not even invited to the birthday - grabbed the TV host and whisked her away onto the dancefloor before hoisting her onto his lap giving her no choice but to wrap her legs around him.
The Hawaiian themed 34th birthday saw everyone scantily dressed but all with a fresh floral lei.
Exotic animals were invited for people to play with and take happy snaps; one snap saw Menounas wrap a yellow snake around her and pose for the camera.
Menounas called it a night at 4:30 am and posted this on Twitter - "4.30 am - time for bed. Party was insane! Danced my butt off! Sang my butt off... it was epic! Dancing didn't end till (sic) 3am!"
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