Daniel Bedingfield flashes penis in NSFW new video

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Daniel Bedingfield flashes penis in NSFW new video

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Daniel Bedingfield has returned to the pop fray with a new video, which includes a full-frontal shot of his penis – watch it below (if you dare).

The singer – who had a hit in 2001 with his debut single 'Gotta Get Thru This' appears in the video writing around naked in water and blood.

The track, titled 'Secret Fear', is the second to be taken from the singer's new EP 'Stop The Traffik', which, if you're so inclined, can be downloaded for free on his website danielbedingfield.com.

The first song from the EP, 'Rocks Off' also featured the singer naked, after his pjamas got blown off by a gust of wind.

The EP follows from his 2004 album 'Second First Impression' and 2002 debut 'Gotta Get Thru This'. He took time out after being injured in a car crash in 2004.

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