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‘Walking Dead’ star keeps fan’s breast implant

‘Walking Dead’ star keeps fan’s breast implant

STRANGE FAN MAIL: Actor Norman Reedus arrives at the season 4 premiere of "The Walking Dead" at the AMC Universal Citywalk Stadium 19/IMAX on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 in Universal City, Calif. Reedus says a fan mailed him one of her breast implants. Photo: Associated Press/Paul A. Hebert/Invision

“The Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus keeps a bizarre piece of fan memorabilia in his TV trailer – a woman’s breast implant.

The “Boondock Saints” actor reveals he was sent the odd item by a concerned female fan because his character, outcast Darryl Dixon, always appears sad on the zombie drama, and he has since found a good use for the gel implant.

He tells U.S. talk show host Katie Couric, “It’s actually my phone cradle in my trailer back in Georgia… She said I seemed depressed and I should take that (the implant) to filming… I love it.”

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