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Brad Pitt Buys Tank

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Actor Brad Pitt has added a Soviet era T-54 tank to his collection of adult toys. Pitt reportedly bought a disarmed piece of Russian armour - seen here on the film set of his science fiction thriller World War Z on November 12 in Budapest, Hungary.

Bought from a local producer, Pitt, had it shipped back to his Los Angeles estate. He has spent the past month filming on location in Budapest, and was embroiled in a major problem involving illegal guns on the set.

Image: NothfotoPHOTOGRAPH BY Northfoto / Barcroft Media

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