Lena Dunham is to have a wart removed from her knee for the second time.
Lena Dunham has got to have a wart removed from her knee.
The 'Girls' writer-and-actor has an unsightly growth on her knee and she wants rid of it.
Unfortunately for Lena this is not the first time she has been afflicted with a wart on he knee.
Writing on her Twitter account, she revealed: ''This is the second time I've had to add 'remove knee wart' to my to-do list.''
However, Lena - who is in a relationship with Fun. star Jack Antonoff - seemed unfazed by the viral infection and posted a follow-up message in which she assured fans that having a wart does not mean she is unattractive.
She added: ''But I'm sexy and fun. I have a man and a plan! (And a knee wart.) (sic)''
The 28-year-old star - who is known for her quirky sense of humour - is currently filming season four of the acclaimed HBO comedy drama 'Girls' which is set to air in early 2015.
This is not the first time Lena - who has said that the programme is loosely based on her life and friends - has been connected to warts as her character Hannah Horvath was diagnosed with the HPV virus in the first season of her show.
The BBC drama starring Aidan Turner returns to BBC One on September 4th.
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