Leonardo DiCaprio left Oscar behind
Leonardo DiCaprio almost left his Oscar in a restaurant.
The 41-year-old actor - who scooped the Best Actor accolade on Sunday (28.02.16) evening on his sixth nomination at the prestigious ceremony - was caught on camera by website TMZ getting into a car as he left Ago in Hollywood.
The clip shows one person handing 'The Revenant' actor a bottle of alcohol, before a man rushes out holding the statuette and attempts to hand it to Leonardo.
The man asked: "Do you want this to go with you?"
Leonardo calmly replied: "Give it to Dan right there."
The 'Wolf of Wall Street' star headed to both the Governors Ball and the Vanity Fair afterparty once Sunday's ceremony at the Dolby Theatre had finished, but decided to head to Ago "where everyone could get in" so he could celebrate with all his friends.
An onlooker told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: "Leo was with all his boys. It was a lot of dudes."
The actor was joined by Lukas Haas, Tobey Maguire, Chuck Pacheco, Vincent Laresca, 'The Revenant' producer Arnon Milchan, and club boss Richie Akiva, as well as his mother Irmelin Indenbirken, dad George, and stepmom Peggy DiCaprio, and the group seemed to enjoy inspecting his award.
The source said: "A couple of the guys kept standing on the couch and lifting the Oscar and passing it around."
They were also heard howling and chanting "Wolf pack, wolf pack, wolf pack."