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Sharon Stone and her boyfriend Martin Mica romping on Venice Beach

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Sharon Stone was spotted getting more than a little frisky on the beach with her Argentinian boyfriend Martin Mica in Los Angeles yesterday.

Sharon Stone, 54, got carried away as she romped with her toyboy on Venice Beach.

It started off with an innocent looking back and neck massage, with the bearded beefcake straddling her back so he could rub her shoulders, with the pair looking even closer than when they left a Vogue party in Brazil together last month.

But it soon got steamier, with Sharon Stone turning around so they could share a sizzling kiss.

However their fun on the golden sands was far from over, as he tried to give the old warhorse a gymnastic lesson.

Martin Mica demonstrated how to do a handstand, and then tried to help her perform one of her own.

Unfortunately, while Sharon Stone earned top marks for effort she definitely needed more practice.


Sharon Stone was spotted getting more than a little frisky on the beach with her Argentinian boyfriend Martin Mica in Los Angeles

Sharon Stone was spotted getting more than a little frisky on the beach with her Argentinian boyfriend Martin Mica in Los Angeles

Afterwards they then went for a romantic beach side stroll, and he decided to pick her up and spin her round like a ragdoll.

Sharon Stone laughed as she was given a budget tilt-a-whirl by her long-haired lover Martin Mica.

Afterwards the adventurous pair went for a walk together, before stopping off for lunch.

And they were obviously not shy about being seen in public, for they even shared a passionate kiss as they stood in the street. It was a pleasant respite for Sharon Stone following revelations she is being sued by her former nanny.

According to the LA Times former live-in nanny filed suit against Sharon Stone in Los Angeles Superior Court on alleging she was fired for accepting overtime pay and repeatedly subjected to derogatory comments about her Filipino heritage and religious beliefs.

Erlinda Elemen was fired in February 2011 when Sharon Stone learned that she was paid overtime, the suit alleges.

State law requires that non-salaried employees must be paid for additional work over eight hours per day or 40 hours per week.

But the suit alleges Sharon Stone found out that her staff had paid her overtime and accused Erlinda Elemen of “stealing” and that it was “illegal” for her to have taken the pay, and asked for the money back.