On Wednesday night,
This was hardly the first such time a celebrity has been ambushed in public and not always by Sediuk, either. Celebrities usually maintain their poise, though a few of these instances have not always ended as well.
Here are nine more high-profile public figures who have been subjected to rabid fans, flying footwear and weaponized pantry items.
Tom Cruise: Back in 2005 while doing press interviews at the London premiere of "War of the Worlds," Cruise was squirted in the face by a man posing as a reporter, who had disguised a water pistol as a microphone.
Cruise asked the prankster, "Why would you do that?" and went on to say, "That's incredibly rude. I'm here giving you an interview and you do that. … It's incredibly rude."
Police detained the man who squirted Cruise; as it turned out he was working on a comedy show for British TV.
Always handy with a one-liner, Schwarzenegger later joked to the TV cameras, "This guy owes me bacon now."
The assailant was later identified as television correspondent Muntadar al-Zeidi. Bush later joked about the incident, ""If you want the facts, it was a size 10."
While performing her song "Irreplaceable," the singer leaned down to shake hands with fans in the front row and got more than she bargained for. Security then rushed to her aid, and she continued performing with her usual poise.
Anna Wintour: The imperious Vogue editor who inspired