TOMMY LEE Gives SHANNON DOHERTY A Thong, Hopes To Get Lucky

Hellraising rocker Tommy Lee was so desperate to woo actress Shannon Doherty in a plush California eatery, he bought her two sexy thongs.

The former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer — ex-husband of "Baywatch" babe Pamela Anderson — began his quest to date the brunette by sending an expensive bottle of champagne to her table at the Malibu restaurant, according to Britain's Daily Star.

After this romantic gesture failed, the heavily tattooed rocker ran across the road to a sexy lingerie store — and swiftly returned to give the "Beverly Hills 90210" star two gift-wrapped thongs with his phone number on the outside of the box.

In other Lee-related news, Tommy is scheduled to appear on an upcoming episode of MTV's "Punk'd". The exact air date has yet to be announced.

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