Hollie-May Saker, a runway model at the Nina Ricci show at Paris Fashion Week, put a topless protester in her place after she stormed the catwalk.
The protestor was one of two women from Ukrainian feminist group Femen who wore the slogans "Model don't go brothel" and "Fashion dictaterror."
Needless to say, Hollie-May was not impressed by them. Watch Saker's reaction as she flings the woman's arm out of the way and keeps on walking:
"FEEEEEEUUUUMIN," she wrote on Twitter after the show, still not pleased. "THAT BITCH RUINED AND HAD HER SAGGY TITS IN MY FACE."
"As she grabbed my arm she lifted my skirt exposing me," she said later. "I pulled my arm back with such force that I landed a punch square on her nose."
As for why she just kept on walking the runway? "I was so angry but I knew I had to be professional so I carried on walking with a bit of sassiness."
One thing's for sure, she's definitely not afraid to speak her mind. Another tweet during Fashion Week saw her calling out a few of her fellow models:
"Can't stand some of the other models at shows... You're walking for some of the worlds greatest designers," she shared. "Crack a smile ungrateful bitch."