ANTONIO BANDERAS cringed in terror the night man- hungry MADONNA put him in her sights, ready to bed another “victim”.
The Material Girl gave the Spanish hunk the “come hither” in her 1991 documentary "In Bed With Madonna", in Spain.
Antonio now recalls the quivering fear he felt in her presence because he couldn't speak English and had no idea how to fend off her ravenous appetite.
"I couldn't speak English at the time, “ Antonio confessed told glam mag Harpers.
“She said a lot of things at the table when we were having dinner – I couldn't understand s**t. I was just flipping out that I was sitting down close to Madonna. She was very famous already, and we were just local people.
"It was kind of flattering when somebody said, 'She likes you, a lot.'
I said, 'Oh, really? I've no idea what I should do about this. I mean, I'm married.' So, nothing happened.
"I was afraid of it at the time, because she was a very powerful woman. I didn't want to be Madonna’s boy. For good or for bad, I just wanted to have my own career."
They later starred in the 1996 movie musical Evita with Antonio as Che Guevara and Madge as the power mad Peron.
The film flopped and Madonna proceeded to bed a stable of male “protégés” and Antonio married Melanie Griffith.