Channing Tatum Changed Careers for a Day to Deliver Vodka to Unsuspecting Fans
Boozy delivery service Saucey launched in California over the weekend (offering free 30-minute alcohol delivery) and decided to surprise some first-time users with a free vodka delivery, courtesy of Magic Mike star Channing Tatum.
As seen in four videos posted to his Instagram account, Tatum surprised unsuspecting fans with their deliveries. “I got to have a little fun freaking people out this weekend. With the help of @sauceyapp, we spent the day delivering @bornandbred vodka to the good people of LA,” Tatum said in his post. “Thanks to all who let us into your homes — a few of you owe money to the swear jar. We’ll do this in a different city sometime soon, so get yourself a bottle of B&B and keep your eyes peeled!”
Needless to say, fans were stunned to see the actor on their doorsteps. When one person opened the door at a birthday party, he yelled, “F*ck off!” before inviting Tatum and his crew inside.
As for the vodka he was handing out, it was none other than his own premium vodka Born and Bred, which he launched back in February with Grand Teton Distillery. About the drink, he told People, “On the inside label, once you drink it down or if you get your eye really close to the bottle, it says, ‘Cross my heart and hope for mischief.’ That’s just what I want when I pour myself a drink. I want to just cause a little havoc, get into some trouble, get into some safe, manageable mischief.”
What would you do if Channing Tatum showed up on your doorstep? Tell us @BritandCo!
(h/t People; photo via Dia Disuapul/Getty)