FORMER Arsenal star Nicklas Bendtner has been labelled “the f***ing lord” after posting a snap of himself FULLY NAKED on social media.

The ex-Denmark international, 35, hung up his boots last year after a 2020 spell with fourth-tier club Tarnby.

Nicklas Bendtner has bared all for his social media followers


Nicklas Bendtner has bared all for his social media followersCredit: AP:Associated Press
The star posted this photo onto his Instagram account


The star posted this photo onto his Instagram accountCredit: INSTAGRAM

He then launched the Prosapia eSport team after getting addicted to the Counter-Strike game during the pandemic.

Bendtner, who unveiled his new-look ahead of the World Cup in November, has landed himself plenty of headlines with his wacky antics over the years.

That includes landing himself with a £80,000 fine for famously lifting up his shirt to show his Paddy Power sponsored boxers after scoring for Denmark against Portugal at Euro 2012.

Now he has sent social media into meltdown again by shocking his followers by baring his bum in front of the camera.

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Bendtner is facing away from the camera in the snap while standing naked next to a window and looking down at his hands, which are around his crotch.

And within seconds the comments started dropping in all with a familiar tone as they referred to his nickname – including from former club Rosenborg who simply wrote: “Lord.”

Another declared that he was “the f***ing lord” while a fellow fan asked: “Nicklas, what are you doing?”

While a fellow follower wrote: “Most normal Bendtner moment I swear.”


Bendtner spent nine years with Arsenal, scoring 45 goals in 171 games.

He also played for Birmingham City, Sunderland, Nottingham Forest, Juventus, Wolfsburg, Rosenborg and hometown club Copenhagen.

The former striker began taking coaching courses last year after announcing his retirement with the aim of transitioning into management.

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