Ricky Gervais says he’d love for his body to be devoured by animals at the London Zoo when he dies.

During a fairly morbid conversation with Conan O’Brien during Monday’s episode of “Conan”, the “After Life” creator/star, 59, joked about his own after-life.

“I suppose I worry about how I die,” he said. “I don’t want to die alone, or in agony, or an embarrassing death.”

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But when that time does come, Gervais begged to be brought to the zoo.

“I thought it would be good to be just fed to the lions at London Zoo. That would be useful, isn’t it?” he joked. “We never give anything back. We take everything from this world… everything we do is for us, we’re not even food for other things… At least then I could give something back.”

Gervais added, “I’d like the look on the tourists’ faces when they throw this dead, fat, naked, 73-year-old, maybe, if I’m lucky, to the lions, and as it lands some people go, ‘Is that the bloke from ‘The Office?’ They go, ‘What, Steve Carell?’ ‘No, not f**king Steve Carell. He’s much fatter than Steve Carell.'”

The London Zoo humorously responded to Gervais’ request, saying he would be “too gristly.”

“I suspect Ricky may be a bit gristly for our lions,” Kathryn England, Chief Operating Officer of ZSL London Zoo told the Daily Mail. “But we are struggling financially because of lockdown so if anyone wants to ‘give something back’ we welcome donations that will help us keep our lions fed on a more suitable diet.”

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In July, Gervais confirmed he will bring “After Life” to Netflix for a third season set to premiere sometime in 2021.