A photo of Arnold Schwarzenegger performing a sex act has supposedly been found in a storage unit that once belonged to "Penthouse" magazine founder Bob Guccione, according to TMZ.
This is about as surprising as hearing that California's former governor speaks with an accent.
The picture is reportedly part of a large collection of artifacts discovered in an Englewood, N.J., storage space once owned by Guccione, who died in 2010.
I hope they were wearing decontamination suits when they went inside.
According to the New York Post, the photo of a young Schwarzenegger is now in the hands of Jeremy Frommer, the former managing director of Royal Bank of Canada, who bought the storage units after Guccione went bankrupt. The unit also reportedly contained unpublished nude pictures of Madonna and Lauren Hutton as well as Guccione's personal files detailing the situation surrounding his decision to publish naked pictures of then Miss America Vanessa Williams.
I imagine the information in those files looked something like this: "$$$$$$$$."
According to the Huffington Post, other items include correspondence with Dick Cheney, the Unabomber and a woman claiming to be Fidel Castro's lover; footage and artifacts from Guccione's controversial 1979 pornographic film "Caligula," mock-ups of ad campaigns attacking Hugh Hefner and his Playboy enterprise, 63 oil paintings and other works by Guccione, numerous shots of Penthouse models, amateur submissions for the magazine, documented plans for the proposed Penthouse Boardwalk Hotel and Casino, and personal goods including jewelry, a camera, journals and appointment books
Frommer has partnered with producer Rick Schwartz, who has worked on such movies as "Black Swan" and "The Departed," to preserve Guccione's legacy and potentially launch an exhibit centering on the unearthed items. TMZ said there had been no word from Schwarzenegger's people.