Los Angeles: Singer Adam Levine has played a stalker to his wife Behati Prinsloo in a new music video 'Animals' for his band Maroon 5.
The video begins in a meat shop, where Levine's character works as a cleaver-wielding butcher who has his eye on Prinsloo, reportedly. Levine, 35, is seen casually walking behind her on a street, evading notice when Prinsloo suspects somebody is following her
Levine stands outside in the pouring rain, peering up at Prinsloo's window through a pair of unflattering thick-rimmed glasses. Inside her bedroom, Prinsloo sleeps, safe and sound until Levine breaks in and cuddles beside her in bed.