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Jason Momoa stole so many Game of Thrones props producers had to put up warning signs




Not many Hollywood superstars are highly known for their masculine looks. In every part he has played, Jason Momoa has established a solid reputation for himself in that area. The actor, who portrayed Arthur Curry in Aquaman and Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones, radiates machoness. However, he was infamous for something else on the sets of Game of Thrones.

Jason Momoa swiped a lot of props from the Game of Thrones set

A lot of celebs who have worked with Momoa agree he is one of the most fun celebrities to work with. However, he can also be a menace, as he self-proclaimed in an interview with Esquire. Momoa called himself a “natural-born thief” and stole quite a few props from the Game of Thrones set. He recalled, “They literally put out messages, the producers: ‘Don’t let Momoa take this. I like to take the body parts…that I’ve [been] ripping out of people…I came up with it so it should be mine.”


Jason Momoa also caused the infamous coffee cup gaffe

Momoa’s antics have been famous ever since his Game of Thrones time. In fact, he also caused the infamous Game of Thrones coffee mishap. In an interview with Game of Laughs, Game of Thrones extra Andrew McClay revealed,

“Jason Momoa was over, shooting for the Graham Norton Show in England, which is a talk show, and he decided what he would do is stay in the Northern Ireland to see everyone on the set of Game of Thrones. And whenever Jason’s on set, and he’s here every season, he’s so…um… You hear him before you see him (imitates Momoa) and he’s one funny mother*fucker. So he’s here and he’s making everyone laugh. Do you know what I mean? And it just slipped through man. But I love him.”

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Sayantan is a keen follower of everything pop culture; from films, shows, anime to video games and latest memes. He started writing professionally for Wiki of Thrones during the 2021 lockdown, and has been developing his writing and editing skills ever since. Sayantan has since worked for several reputed firms, such as Collider and FandomWire, gathering experience and nods from some of the best in the industry. With a growing repertoire amassing renowned websites, Sayantan is your go to guy for all things Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon. When he is not hunting for headlines and theories, you can find him engrossed in fantasy shows, conspiracy theories and video games.

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