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Christopher Meloni's juicy booty sparks outrage on Twitter

Honey, the stabler is stacked.

Just a few days after Christopher Meloni turned 60, the "Law & Order" star's sweet cake is being celebrated through social media.

Meloni's magnificent gluteus maximus is going viral on Twitter without the aid of Photoshop or asset-enhancing Amazon leggings, courtesy of a photo snapped Wednesday while he was filming "Law & Order: Organized Crime" in Brooklyn.

Meloni and his infamous moneymaker returned to the “Law & Order” franchise last week after a decade-long absence.

On the package of 'Law and Order: Organized Crime,' Christopher Meloni is seen.
On the package of 'Law and Order: Organized Crime,' Christopher Meloni is seen.

And fanny enthusiasts are swooning over the full-figured tail feather.

“I'm not sure [who] is celebrating a birthday, but [Meloni] is serving cake for dinner,” one booty buff tweeted.

Meloni, how are you coping with all this heinie heat?

To be sure, the apple-bottomed star — best known for his 12 seasons as Detective Elliot Stabler on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" — is overjoyed with the round of applause his rump is getting.

He has previously been on the receiving end of patootie praise.

Meloni's cheeks flushed as he read aloud the thirsty tweets about his "thick" derrière that fans posted in 2019.

“I'd sever my arm in order to hit Christopher Meloni's buttocks. It's that serious," he recited from a Twitter post by an admirer.

“Christopher Meloni is the image that comes to mind when I say I want a [thick] daddy,” he read, citing another complimentary commentator.

He chuckled when he came across a tweet that read, "When I'm depressed, I simply google Christopher Meloni's buttocks until I'm no longer depressed."

When Christopher Meloni was photographed reprising his role as Detective Elliot Stabler on "Law & Order: Organized Crime," his ass made a splash on Twitter.
When Christopher Meloni was photographed reprising his role as Detective Elliot Stabler on "Law & Order: Organized Crime," his ass made a splash on Twitter.

His return as Detective Stabler on the series premiere of "Law & Order: Organized Crime" drew an astounding 8 million viewers last Thursday.

Meloni was taken aback by his cordial reception upon his return to prime-time television.

“It was pretty overwhelming,” he said of the enthusiastic fan response to his music.

“I lacked foresight. It's overwhelming and beautiful, and we're very appreciative.”

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