THE Pembrokeshire Murders followers had been left swooning over ‘correct match’ Luke Evans in a cheeky underwear scene.
The ITV drama offers with the actual life case of John Cooper, who committed two double murders in Pembrokeshire in the 1980s however wasn’t caught and convicted till 2011.
The Pembrokeshire Murders viewers had been left swooning over Luke Evans in his pants final night time
Luke, 41, performs DS Steve Wilkins, who reopened the chilly case in 2006, and whereas it’s a severe position, he managed to present viewers some gentle reduction within the opening moments of Monday’s episode.
The hunky actor was seen in his boxers and T-shirt ironing his shirts prepared for work, and it left some viewers sizzling underneath the collar instantly.
Taking to Twitter, one wrote: “Luke Evans ironing in his pants is the choose me up 2021 wanted.”
One other tweeted: “Luke Evans is correct match like.”
The opening moments of the present noticed Luke ironing in his boxers
Luke performs DS Steve Wilkins within the ITV drama Credit score: WORLD PRODUCTIONS/ITV
A 3rd added: “Sound about 16 saying this however how f***ing match is Luke evans #pembrokeshiremurders.”
In the meantime a fourth wrote “How am I meant to focus on what is going on once I’m observing Luke Evans? It is actually unimaginable.”
A fellow fan tweeted: “Luke evans peachy bum ironing his shirts.”
John Cooper murdered siblings Richard and Helen Thomas in 1985 after which Peter and Gwenda Dixon 4 years later.
Luke’s beauty had been distracting for some viewers Credit score: WORLD PRODUCTIONS/ITV
Luke has admitted he was not solely shocked by the character of John’s crimes, however by how badly he handled his spouse Pat and son, Andrew.
“Simply to know the opposite a part of John Cooper’s life, you understand, not simply the actual fact of the those who he murdered brutally, and in a surprising method, but in addition what he did throughout the 4 partitions of his personal home to his spouse and his son.
“I imply, it simply makes my pores and skin crawl what this man went by so it is actually essential that Andrew’s story is informed inside the entire story.”
The Pembrokeshire Murders continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.