Apparently, for some "Game of Thrones" fans, there's no moment too private for a little show-related humor.

Lena Headey revealed a truly bizarre fan encounter to The New York Times. During a recent interview, she recounted an incident that occurred when she was in the hospital, having just given birth to her daughter. While assisting Headey with breast-feeding, a nurse couldn't resist a reference to Cersei Lannister's walk of shame.

As Headey describes it, the woman was "milking [her] like a human cow" when she started chanting, "Shame!" It was a moment that skirted the line between humorous and cringe-worthy.

"I was flying on morphine, so it was sort of funny," she said. "Had I been vaguely in the world, I might have been more offended."

The nurse wasn't the first to do her best impression of Septa Unella (Hannah Waddingham) -- and she probably won't be the last -- but we find it hard to believe any other fan will be able to find a more inappropriate moment. And no, that's not a challenge, people.

We'll see more of Headey in "Game of Thrones" when Season 7 premieres July 16 on HBO.

[via: The New York Times]

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HBOTVMAApril 17, 2011
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