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Jason Momoa was spotted cruising around London - in his convertible Bentley reportedly worth £250k

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Jason Momoa was spotted cruising around London ahead of the Dune premiere - in his convertible Bentley reportedly worth £250k. 

The stylish actor was spotted driving around central London this weekend in the vintage car while he is over in the UK promoting his new movie.

The video, filmed October 16, shows the 'Aquaman' star as he cruised along Shaftesbury Avenue in the capital city with protective companions in tow. 

The actor stars alongside Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet in the newly released 'Dune' - the premiere for which took place in London last night (19).

He is seen driving a 1952 classic convertible Bentley which can be worth up to £250,000 as he checks out the London sights. 

He is accompanied on his drive by three others - including someone who appears to be Momoa's security, who he warns away Brian Halley, 40. 

Brian, who lives in Kilburn, northwest London, told how he originally began filming because he was drawn to the vintage vehicle - and had no idea it was being driven by an A-Lister.

He said: "I started filming because it was a rare car.

"It's a green convertible Bentley - I was immediately interested as it's so rare to see one in central London.

"The guy in the passenger seat was warning me off but I had no idea why at first!

"It wasn't until I showed the video to my friend that I found out who was behind the wheel."

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