Perhaps Madonna should check IDs before she pulls off a fan's top onstage?
The Material Girl ended up in a bit of hot water when she -- seemingly accidentally -- exposed a 17-year-old fan's breast during her Rebel Heart Tour in Brisbane, Australia on Thursday.
"She's the kind of girl you just want to slap...on the a**. And pull--" Madge said as she yanked the teen's corset down and flashed her boob. "Oh, sh*t! I'm sorry. Sexual harassment. You can do the same to me."
The 57-year-old singer invites a lady onstage during "Unapologetic Bitch" to receive a spanking from the pop star -- Ariana Grande and Jessica Chastain were among previous spankees -- but Josephine Georgiou got a bit more than expected.
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"Only I get to decide if I’m humiliated or not," the teen told Courier Mail. "Why would people assume I am humiliated by my own breast, nipple or body? I didn’t realize my boob was such a big deal -- it was nothing to me."
As for the outrage from people who have suggested Georgiou take legal action against Madonna, the aspiring model rebuffs, "Seriously, why would I sue Madonna for the best moment of life?"
Georgiou says the whole thing started when Madge noticed her from the stage.
"I thought she smiled at me while she was performing," she recalled. "She talked to two guys at the side of the stage. I thought I was imagining things but a lady came down and asked if I danced and if I knew the song, 'Unapologetic Bitch.' I said ‘f**k yeah,’ and she asked, 'Would you like to get up on stage?' and I was like, 'Oh my god, yes!'"
"People just need to understand I was on stage in front of Madonna, I was looking her in the eyes and most people would just melt into a pool on stage," she added. "So, it was only because I was standing in front of her that I looked so surprised."
Madonna recently defended her latest string of bizarre onstage antics, including a recent show where she rode around on a tricycle dressed like a sad clown and drank from a flask. "I could never do any of my shows high or drunk," she said. "Sexism is alive and kicking."