THIS is the astonishing moment a lad runs naked through the streets of a famous Argentinian ski resort after being caught under his lover’s bed by the woman’s shocked husband.
He was filmed using one hand to cover his privates and the other to try to flag down passing motorists as he sought refuge from the cold.
Naked man chased by angry husband who caught him under his wife’s bed
However instead of helping him, passers-by filmed the extraordinary scene, which showed the lad jogging along wearing just a pair of socks and trainers.
The footage was posted on YouTube.
The incident occurred just after 10am on Saturday in the southern Argentinian city of Bariloche, where the temperature was a cool six degrees celsius.
According to reports, the woman’s husband left for work but came home unexpectedly to find her lover hiding under the bed.
His suspicions were aroused because the couple’s pet dog was barking.
Incensed to find the man in his hiding in his home, he chased him out with a knife and then smashed up his love rival’s car.
Luckily for the naked lothario, a lorry driver is said to have stopped to pick up the man in the starkers around five blocks from the property.
One local joked on social media: “Was that man really making love with his trainers on?
“What sort of a man is that?”
Laura Puliti added: “The person who should have ended up having to run off naked was the wife and not this poor man.”
And Sergio Hugo joked: “The poor fellow was only giving the husband a hand and attending to his wife so he could go off to work.
In August a Chinese woman got the shock of her life after she ordered a taxi for her and her secret lover and was picked up by her cabbie driver husband.
Local reports said the driver threw a glass at the other man before assaulting his wife.
Bariloche is situated in the foothills of the Andes on the southern shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake.
The city was the start point for Jeremy Clarkson’s ill-fated 2014 car journey through southern Argentina while filming a Top Gear special which he had to cut short after a row over the Falklands-linked number plates on his Porsche.