Elizabeth Hurley has lost her cool at Perth airport as reporters attempted to question her fiancé Shane Warne.
Channel Ten reporter Caty Price said Hurley pushed her and told her to "f..k off" after she tried to question Warne as the Melbourne Stars departed Perth following their Wednesday night loss to the Perth Scorchers.
"We were out at the airport to ask Shane about the game and the latest charge that he's facing. As you can imagine he was pretty tight-lipped coming in," Price told Radio 6PR.
"Obviously he didn't say much, Liz then walked into the back of me, clipped my heels, said 'Don't you know that it's rude to stand in front of people?' Fair enough, and I then asked her, 'Liz what did you think, what did you think of the game last night?'
"She's then spun around on her heels, said 'I think you should...' mouthed close up to me, up to my face 'eff off' and then done another spin and flick of the hair and strutted off with Shane."
Hurley and Warne are well-known for being supportive of each other, especially on Twitter.
Following Warne's recent one-match ban for a clash with Marlon Samuels, Hurley jumped online to defend him.
"I think it's grossly unfair that @warne888 is banned from tomorrow's game!" she tweeted.
"And if Samuels hadn't grabbed Hussey by the shirt, @warne888 wouldn't have grabbed his. (Biased and defensive....moi?)" she added.
Despite Hurley's history of being fiercely protective of her beau, Price said the exchange was unexpected.
"Certainly that's not what I was expecting this morning and probably not what I would have thought from an English lady," she said.
Fellow Ten reporter Lachie Reid made light of the situation on Twitter shortly afterwards:
As Price told 6PR, there's "never a dull moment when Shane Warne and Liz are involved."