Rob Delaney shows some skin in his new comedy series "Catastrophe," but he made a concerted -- and "embarrassing" -- effort to not show too much, he told HuffPost Live's Ricky Camilleri on Wednesday.
During a conversation alongside his co-star Sharon Horgan, Delaney discussed his sex scenes in the series, which follows a couple who accidentally conceives a child and decides to start a relationship. The intimate scenes required Delaney to wear "a modesty pouch that they specially made for me, which was like a sack that you tie around your whole genital zone."
"It was actually such a weird-looking thing that it was more embarrassing to me than being naked," Delaney said. "But the crew was like, 'No, we'd rather you have that on than be naked.' And I was like, 'Well, suit yourself.'"
Watch Delaney and Horgan describe shooting those scenes in the video above, and click here for the full HuffPost Live conversation about "Catastrophe," which is available for streaming June 19 on Amazon Prime.
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