Damian Lewis's fans gift him boxful of lingerie

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Los Angeles, Nov 30 (IANS) Actor Damian Lewis was left surprised when he got a box of ladies' lingerie from fans all over the world.

Lewis, an Emmy Award winning actor, is known for his work in TV series "Homeland", "Life" and "The Forsyte Saga". He was surprised to get a box full of innerwear from female fans. The initiative co-ordinated by a group of fans calls Bunnies.

"I returned home one day to find a big Victoria's Secret box and I opened it and there were 40 pairs of panties in there of all different sizes and colours," dailystar.co.uk quoted Lewis as saying.

"There was a label on each one of them and they were from all over the world and they had been co-ordinated by the bunnies (fans) and sent from Australia and Milwaukee and the north of England.

"The granny panties looked like granny panties and the 19-year-old blondes sent me some sort of feather boa thong thing that just looks like floss... It was amazing," he added.

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