Grant Denyer's 'leaked' nude photo

Rebekah Scanlan

A nude photo of Grant Denyer dressed as a sexy cowboy has been 'leaked' and plastered on billboards across Sydney.

The photos were meant to be a 'private' gift for his wife Chezzi but his co-hosts Em Rusciano and Ed Kavalee have made the images public live on The 2DayFM Breakfast Show.

Revealing the image — which shows Grant in his jocks wearing just a cow print holster and cowboy hat — is currently plastered across multiple billboards, Grant appeared super embarrassed.

This photo has been 'leaked' and plastered on Sydney billboards. Source: 2DayFM

"Super zoom on Denyer's crack," jokeed Em, to which he responds that her Instagram post of the shot was showing 'inside' parts of him.

Err...

Thankfully Chezzi was on hand to give her hubby some reassurance, telling him he looked 'pretty cute' and 'sexy' after her initial laughs at the prank.

The pictures were taken as a gift for wife Chazzi, pictured, as part of their eith anniversary celebrations. Source: Instagram/GrantDenyer

"Wow, I don't know what to say," she said. "I'm super impressed."

The 40-year-old Family Feud host later took to Instagram, urging 'complaints' to be aimed at his radio colleagues.

This outtake from the shoot has also been shared. Source: 2DayFM

"Sweet Jesus it’s been leaked," he said, alongside the photo. "This unfortunate pic for my wife is now being displayed on digital billboards around Sydney this morning. I’m sorry motorists. Send your complaints to @emrusciano @mredkavalee."

His co-hosts had caught wind of his plans when he mentioned it on air a few weeks ago, with Ed telling him this was the way things are done in the radio biz.

"I don't believe that's how it works," red-faced Grant said.

But Em disagreed, telling him they had over 30 years of on-air experience while he had just three months, adding she wanted the hashtag #DenyerMound to start trending as people shared snaps of the billboard across the city.

Grant's co-hosts Em Rusciano and Ed Kavalee were behind the hilarious prank. Source: Instagram/GrantDenyer

The term mound prompted the team to discuss the size of their colleague's package, with mum-of-two Em suggesting tongue-in-cheekily that it had been digitally altered to appear bigger.

"No, get out of town," Grant exclaims. "For crying out loud, I've got to have some height somewhere."

Thankfully took the prank well, even when his team teased that his 'mound and bottom were enhanced slightly.

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