Colin Farrell flaunts ripped physique in tank top and track pants while picking up sodas in LA

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Colin Farrell flaunts ripped physique in tank top and track pants while picking up sodas at gas station in LA

With Black Lives Matter protests dominating the news, it seems less attention is being given to the coronavirus pandemic.

But actor Colin Farrell made sure to wear a protective cloth mask as he stopped by a gas station in LA on Tuesday.

The Irish star, 43, was spotted picking up a couple of sodas in glass bottles as the city sweltered in a heatwave. 

Thirsty: Colin Farrell made sure to wear a protective cloth mask as he stopped by a gas station in LA on Tuesday to pick up a sodas in glass bottles as the city sweltered in a heatwave

Farrell showed off his ripped physique in a tank top and baggy tracksuit pants that he paired with boots.

His short hair was gelled for a spiky look and his bulging biceps showed the extent of the tattoo removal that he undertook last year.  

The star of Saving Mr. Banks and The Beguiled revealed on The Late Late Show last year that he’d made the decision to remove his inkings to make his life easier. 

‘I’m getting rid of them because I got tired of getting painted in the makeup chair anytime I wear a T-shirt,’ he explained.

‘It buys me an extra 45 minutes sleep in the morning,’ he added. ‘Obviously, none of them had that much significance to me that I would choose 45 minutes over my own history!’

Masked: Farrell, 43, showed off his ripped physique in a tank top and baggy tracksuit pants and his bulging biceps showed the extent of the tattoo removal that he undertook last year

Masked: Farrell, 43, showed off his ripped physique in a tank top and baggy tracksuit pants and his bulging biceps showed the extent of the tattoo removal that he undertook last year

Made a change: The Irish actor, pictured in 2013, made the decision to remove his arm tattoos 'because I got tired of getting painted in the makeup chair anytime I wear a T-shirt'

Made a change: The Irish actor, pictured in 2013, made the decision to remove his arm tattoos ‘because I got tired of getting painted in the makeup chair anytime I wear a T-shirt’

Farrell is based in LA in order to be able to spend time with his two sons, who have different mothers.

He shares James, 16, with former flame Kim Bordenave and Henry, 10, with Alicja Bachleda-Curuś.

Before the COVID-19 crisis hit, Farrell had been filming The Batman for director Matt Reeves.

He plays Penguin opposite Robert Pattinson as the Caped Crusader. 

Next role: Before the COVID-19 crisis hit, Farrell had been filming The Batman for director Matt Reeves. He plays Penguin opposite Robert Pattinson as the Caped Crusader

Next role: Before the COVID-19 crisis hit, Farrell had been filming The Batman for director Matt Reeves. He plays Penguin opposite Robert Pattinson as the Caped Crusader 

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