STRICTLY Come Dancing star Robert Webb was left horrified when he was shown in full-frontal scenes in the movie Confetti alongside co-star Olivia Colman.
The actors almost sued over their roles playing a nudist couple after they were shown fully naked despite claims they had been assured they would not be.
The stars – who both found fame on Peep Show – are seen in the buff multiple times throughout the 2006 mockumentary rom com.
In one eye-popping scene, Robert strips in front of squirming magazine editors while defending being a nudist, and in another the couple cycle naked on a tandem bicycle.
The script was entirely improvised and the makers hoped it would be a hit, but it turned out to be a huge flop.
And Oscar-winning actress Olivia said she was mortified when the flick was released and none of their private bits were pixelated.
She called it "the worst experience of my life" and revealed they looked into launching legal action before deciding it was better to "pretend it's not happened".
In an interview with The Guardian, Olivia, 47, said: "It's a f**king turkey.
"It was the worst experience of my life. You're better off spending an hour picking your toenails. I now never trust anybody. I love people, I believe in the goodness of people, but ever since that, there's a bit of me that died, a bit of trust that.
"The betrayal was how much was going to be seen and what was going to be pixelated. It's not funny to me at all. I didn't sleep for a year."
"It was horrible. My husband loves me, and I'm embarrassed showing him my body. I would not willingly show anybody my muff unless I'm married to them and I love them, and they love me."
Asked why they didn't sue, she added: "It was too late, and actually we did start. But it was so upsetting and Rob said, 'I can't do it, I just want to pretend it's not happened.'
"I was furious with him at the time, but he was so right in terms of letting it go."
Robert is best known for starring in Channel 4 sitcom Peep Show with comedy partner David Mitchell from 2003 to 2015.
He and David also starred together in the sketch comedy That Mitchell And Webb Look.
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