Oops… Tommy Lee did it again.
The Mötley Crüe drummer, 59, posted a full-frontal nude photo on Instagram showing almost all of his manhood, but then deleted the NSFW snap.
“Ooooopppsss,” the musician captioned the snapshot posted in the wee hours of Thursday morning.
Before the naked image was deleted, 1.4 million followers, fans and friends collectively gasped at his nude pic.
“OH MY GOD,” his wife, Brittany Furlan commented.
Influencer Daniel Mac joked: “How long will this stay up?”
Instagram has a firm no-nudity rule and it wasn’t long before Lee’s post was taken down. Of course, the image has since made its way to Twitter, though.
The rock drummer was a little too open with fans with his nude photo on Wednesday.
“Well I didn’t expect this when I opened Instagram,” one fan joked.
“Please put the phone down,” another pleaded.
“Your drumstick fell out,” a user joked. The LGBTQ dating app Grindr wrote: “Wrong app, babe.”
“Ooooopppsss,” the musician captioned his NSFW pic. Twitter/mrtommyland
Lee has showed off his genitalia several times before, including in his 1995 sex tape with ex-wife Pamela Anderson and in 2019, when he simply posted a video of Furlan, 35, holding it up.
“These new Instagram filters are finally gettin wood … I mean GD!!!!!! they finally gave me my own filter,” he jokingly captioned the clip at the time.
Hulu’s 2022 drama miniseries “Pam & Tommy” dramatized the couple’s sex tape and how it was stolen in the 1990s.
Lily James transformed into Anderson, 55, and Sebastian Stan made a complete 180 to portray Lee for the series. Seth Rogen, Taylor Schilling and Nick Offerman also starred in the Emmy-nominated show.
Anderson and Lee were married from 1995 until 1998.WireImage
In one shocking scene in the eight-episode series, Stan portraying Lee has a conversation with his penis. The Marvel actor, 39, was actually talking to an animatronic penis prosthetic, confessing that he’s in love with the “Baywatch” star.
The talking member is voiced by comedian Jason Mantzoukas, and the scene in question was actually inspired by an anecdote in Lee’s 2005 memoir, “Tommyland.”
Director Craig Gillespie explained how difficult it was to shoot that scene in an interview with Variety this past January, describing it as “just awkward.”
“You’ve got four puppeteers working with an animatronic penis,” he said. “And then, how much is too much, and do you start to lose his emotional torment of what’s going on? Hopefully it works.”