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Alexander Skarsgård almost ran over Greta Thunberg with a bike

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The Swedes dodged just in time.

Alexander Skarsgård admitted to “almost running over” Greta Thunberg while riding his bike through a recent protest in Stockholm, Sweden

Skarsgård, 45, briefly described the terse call in a recent interview – during which he almost met the 19-year-old climate activist the British Times.

“I almost ran over Greta Thunberg,” Skarsgård explained. “With her we are now selling our land,” he added of his fellow Swede, who has been nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize. “And I almost ran over her with my bike.”

In a cheeky nod to his latest role in “The Northman” Skarsgård, which came out on April 15, quipped, “Greta is like a modern Viking — and like Greta, the Vikings refused to fly.”

In fact, it was Thunberg known to use air travel for her many worldwide appearances despite being famous took a racing yacht – without a toilet or shower – to reach the US in 2019 before attending a United Nations summit.

More recently, the young activist was seen shoving her School strike for the climate campaign to protest the Fossil fuel industry.

Meanwhile, Skarsgård appears in the upcoming Viking epic directed by Robert Eggers (“Lighthouse”), in which he plays the title role, which is based on the legend of Prince Amleth.

The film stars the toned Scandinavian actor as a blond, bearded warrior who goes on psychedelic drug rampages to destroy Slavic communities while trying to avenge his murdered father.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/04/alexander-skarsgard-nearly-ran-over-greta-thunberg-on-bike/ Alexander Skarsgård almost ran over Greta Thunberg with a bike

Dais Johnston

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