SEX tapes involving KINGS OF LEON band members have been stolen.
The tapes, showing band members naked, were being considered for inclusion in new Kings of Leon documentary Talihina Sky but they were stolen after a thief broke into singer Caleb Followill's car.
The sex tapes, which were deemed too rude even for the warts-and-all Talihina Sky movie, were shot eight years ago.
Drummer Nathan Followill said: “Whoever’s got the tapes really doesn’t know what they got.
“We don’t really hold anything back.”
Speaking before a major gig in London's Hyde Park on Friday Followill told BBC Radio 1: “There’s a couple of sex tapes on one of the tapes that got stolen, so that would have made it a little more interesting.
“I guess when we’re dead and gone it will resurface. There was quite a bit we weren’t able to show (in the documentary) because we had our car broken into after we were making the first record.
“It’s like watching a train wreck.”
Followhill, 29, who is married to Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge, confirmed the Talihina Sky movie would premiere this weekend at the Edinburgh international film festival.
Talahina Sky follows the band from their humble beginnings in Nashville, Tennessee, to global superstardom