Actor LEONARDO DiCAPRIO has offered a $20,000 (GBP12,500) reward for the return of a camera he lost in a nightclub - prompting speculation over what kind of pictures the camera contained.
The TITANIC star flew into a panic when he realised the camera - which is not thought to be valuable in itself - had gone missing as he partied in Los Angeles' trendy SHELTER nightclub recently, telling fellow revellers that it contained irreplaceable photos, according to Britain's HEAT magazine.
However, DiCaprio's hysteria over the camera immediately led clubbers to speculate what pictures he had been taking with it.
One reveller says, "What sort of pictures were on that roll of film if he's offered that kind of money for it?
"He was pretty stressed. He really needed to get that camera back."
DiCaprio's efforts were in vain however, and the camera remains missing.12/11/2003 17:36
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