- Rob Huebel and actor Justin Long disrobed to film a scene on a nude beach for Huebel’s YouTube Red series “Do You Want to See a Dead Body?”
- Huebel said that beachgoers immediately started filming them, and the producers had to convince them to stop.
- The series is out now, and some episodes are free to watch.
While filming an episode of his new YouTube Red series, “Do You Want to See a Dead Body?,” comedian Rob Huebel had to get his producers to sway people not to sell naked videos of him and actor Justin Long to TMZ.
Huebel’s “Do You Want to See a Dead Body?” follows a fictionalized version of the comedian as he swindles celebrities into hanging out, with the promise that he’ll find them a dead body to look at. In one episode, Huebel convinces Long to trek across a nude beach with him to look at a dead body that has washed ashore.
Huebel told Business Insider that he and Long actually had to be nude while filming on the nude beach.
After he and Long disrobed, Huebel said that beachgoers immediately took out their cameras and started filming them.
“We had to shoot this scene on a nude beach, and you know it’s pretty humiliating getting nude out on the beach,” Huebel said. “But Justin was just a really good sport about it, and we talked him into it. And of course as soon as we take our clothes off everyone on the beach starts filming us with their cameras, and it was really embarrassing.”
Huebel said he had to ask the shows producers to “run around and go up to all these strangers on the beach” to convince them not to post any videos of them on the internet, or sell them to TMZ. Luckily, Huebel and his producers were successful and videos of him and Long nude on the beach have yet to surface.
You can watch all 15 episodes of “Do You Want to See a Dead Body?” on YouTube Red now. While the YouTube Red subscription is $US9.99 a month, some episodes are marked as “free” for anyone to watch.
Watch the first episode of “Do You Want to See a Dead Body?” here:
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