Madonna shocked fans in Australia again yesterday by accidentally exposing a concertgoer's breast.
The 'Dress You Up' singer has been hitting headlines Down Under over the past 10 days for her allegedly bizarre behaviour, tardiness and disappointing concert performances during the final nights of her Rebel Heart world tour, and the streak continued at Brisbane's AU Entertainment Centre when she invited a female fan to join her onstage.
In video footage posted on YouTube, the 'Material Girl' is seen standing next to the tall brunette as she gushes over the woman's stunning looks, saying, "She's the kind of girl you just want to slap... on the ass and pull..." before yanking the stunned girl's tube top down, accidentally showing thousands of fans her naked left breast.
She quickly pulled her top back up, and Madonna immediately apologised, stating, "Oh sh**. I am so sorry, sexual harassment. You can do the same to me."
The incident came a night after Madonna was slammed by fans for taking the stage nearly two-and-a-half hours after she was scheduled to start an 8pm show in Brisbane.
Madonna, who is currently embroiled in a bitter custody battle with ex-husband Guy Ritchie over their son Rocco, 15, eventually appeared onstage at 11:30pm (local time).
Fans inside the venue grew restless as they waited for the star, with some threatening to go home.
Concertgoers yesterday night only had a 20-minute wait before the pop superstar hit the stage.
Madonna has made a string of late appearances as she attempts to conclude her tour dates amid a legal spat with Ritchie - earlier this month, she annoyed concertgoers in Auckland by taking to the stage 90 minutes after show time, while last month fans in the Philippines were kept waiting for three hours.
An intimate gig in Melbourne, Australia last week began nearly four hours later than scheduled and once onstage, Madonna gave a bizarre performance dressed as a clown.
The Rebel Heart tour wraps up at Sydney Olympic Park this weekend with both final gigs being filmed for a future project.