Travis Barker baffles fans by stripping naked for strange enema ad | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker has stripped down for a bizarre new ad to promote a special edition enema kit.

The hilarious ad, which was shared by Barker on his Instagram, saw the star lie down and talk seductively to the camera as part of a promotion with Liquid Death mountain water.

With his crotch pixelated in editing, Barker – who is married to Kourtney Kardashian – brags about his accomplishments and thanks the one-off limited edition kit for his successes.

“What’s my secret? How did I marry the woman of my dreams? How have I had such a successful in music? I use Liquid Death mountain water… in my a**hole,” he tells the camera.

Barker – whose band shot to fame with 1999 album Enema Of The State – then revealed he had created his own special can and enema kit as part of the promotion.

“I’ve been able to turn my dreams into reality and now you can too,” he tells fans.

The skit then cuts to people who have “tried” the comedic promotion, with a housewife declaring she’s now the lead singer of a death metal band.

A man dressed like Hannibal Lecter says he “now eats people far less often” while a third happily stating he’s now “the front of a human centipede”.

The ad ends with the sound of a snap of a glove before Barker is heard declaring “nice”.

The ad came with a medical warning though, with the caption and video telling viewers: “Enema of the State is a limited edition collectible adult art piece and not intended for use as a real medical device.

“Enema of the State should never be placed in or near your b*tthole without consulting a doctor first.

“Also, you should not place it in or near your friend’s b*tthole without consulting them or their doctor first either.”

The limited edition kit comes with a can of Liquid Death signed by Barker, as well as a black douching device.

But there’s quite the hefty price tag with it – $182.

Naturally, fans were a bit baffled by the collaboration, even though many were aware of the enema-kits connection to Blink-182, and couldn’t resist making a joke of it.

“It’s really all the small things,” wrote @ievenshotthis

“Don’t need it. S**t my pants when I saw the price,” added @freshhaggis.

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