Despite a busy Oscar weekend, Leonardo DiCaprio was back to work on the set of a new project in Los Angeles yesterday (February 25).
The Catch Me If You Can hunk was joined on a yacht by a bevy of beautiful ladies all dressed in skimpy bikinis as he worked his magic for a video shoot.
And at one point, Leo puckered up to a blonde costar who donned a glamorous gold swimsuit and seemed glad to be in a liplock with the Titanic stud.
Meanwhile, DiCaprio has launched a campaign to stop African elephant tusks from being traded through Thailand, and hes calling on the Prime Minister to take action.
Leonardo posted to his Facebook page, “Illegal wildlife trade is the most urgent threat facing species like tigers, rhinos and elephants. These animals are being killed every day to feed an escalating demand for their body parts.”
“Much of the ivory trade goes through Thailand. We can help save these beautiful animals. Join me and the World Wildlife Fund and tell Thailand to ban all sales of ivory.”