He’s already shocked at the premieres for his previous controversial movies Borat and Bruno.
And thanks to his antics at the 2012 Oscars earlier this year, Sacha Baron Cohen was always bound to shock at the premiere for his new film The Dictator tonight.
There was no doubt the funnyman was going to ensure the event arrived with a bang – and that it did as the actor turned up in a bright orange Lamborghini that had to be towed by a truck.
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Dressed in costume complete with a full beard, Sacha even drew a gold pistol out on photographers as he remained in character as Admiral General Aladeen.
And in true style, he made a huge impact as he turned up on the red carpet at London’s Royal Festival Hall flanked by a number of scantily clad females.
The horde of girls all had their legs out as they wore military-style khaki costumes with dark red berets and skyhigh black stilettos.
Sacha stood in the sports car as he held a white umbrella to shield him from the drizzly weather as he jokingly announced to fans that he’d like to grant political asylum to his ‘wrinkled old buddy’, media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
And while the funnyman actor went all out in his controversial costume, his wife Isla Fisher was on hand to support him.
She turned up looking stunning in a pair of red heels and a lace mini-dress, while her hair was worn in a messy plait to the side.
Different looks: Jessica Wright wore a floor-length blue and yellow dress while Kristina Rihannoff (R) opted for a shorter style