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A Russian grandad who wandered onto a porn set has become the star of his own series of grumble flicks. David Bozdoganov, 75, apparently believed he was about to enjoy a "muscle man show" at the studios of Gorodcki production company, Ananova reports.

Director Alexander Plahov picks up the tale: "We were auditioning for a new film and had a number of couples on stage simulating sex when I saw an old guy standing at the back. I wandered over to ask him to leave when I saw this massive package straining against his trousers. I thought, now this could be an original idea."

The jazz auteur said Dynamite Dave's biggest hits have been The Old Neighbour and The Handyman at Work.

Readers may remember our report of Dave's contemporary, 65-year-old Vladimir Villisov, who plans to be buried with his smutty stash. Still-breathing Vlad copped to spending time with his mags in his bespoke coffin already though.

The latest story takes on a similarly quintessentially Russian flavour with the news that the spawny coffin-dodger draws his prowess from an unusual source. Plahov explained: "His female co-stars always complain because David believes in the beneficial power of garlic and insists on rubbing it on his erection before a scene and it's rather smelly." Quite. ®

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