NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP)– Audience members were a bit taken aback when legendary pop icon Madonna exposed a fan’s breast onstage at a concert in Australia.

The singer invited a 17-year-old fan to the stage Thursday night at her Brisbane show and pulled down the teen’s top briefly revealing her left breast, CNN reports.

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“She’s the kind of girl you just want to slap on the a** — and pull,” Madonna told fans before exposing the teenager’s chest. “Sorry… sexual harassment. You can do the same to me. Good luck.”

Though social media began questioning the incident, the teenager appeared to be unshaken by the singer’s move, telling Australian press that it was not a big deal to her.

“It was seriously nothing. I didn’t think of it until everyone totally freaked out about it… There was no bad intentions, it was just love and fun up there,” Josephine Georgiou said.

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Earlier this week, Madonna angered fans by starting a concert more than two hours late and ending early in the morning after the last train had left the venue.

The 57-year-old American had been due to start at 9 p.m. local time on Wednesday but did not take to the stage of the Brisbane Entertainment Center until 11:22 p.m.

Hundreds of angry fans had left the venue by then and demanded refunds at the ticket office after a public announcement that the “Rebel Heart” show would not start before 10:30 p.m.

The venue and Madonna’s publicist did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Thursday.

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