Arnold Schwarzenegger sex pic said to be up for sale

Getty Images File PhotoThere's a naked photo of Arnold Schwarzenegger floating somewhere out there worth about $100

Getty Images File PhotoThere's a naked photo of Arnold Schwarzenegger floating somewhere out there worth about $100

What the world doesn’t need now is a naked Arnold Schwarzenegger sex picture. But that’s not stopping wealthy businessman Jeremy Frommer from attempting to sell one for more than $100,000.

The action shot is part of a cache of nudies he acquired when he purchased the late pornographer Bob Guccione’s storage locker.

According to The Sun, a porn website is allegedly trying to purchase the pic, sending Frommer a letter that read, in part, “Let’s face it. The real value here is in Schwarzenegger’s ‘Schwanz.’”


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