We bet the officials at Milan Fashion Week aren't too thrilled with actor Sacha Baron Cohen right now.
The comedian caused a security panic when he stormed onto the catwalk Thursday, interrupting designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada's show in Milan.
Cohen jumped on stage dressed up as his Austrian model character, Bruno, the subject of his latest mockumentary film.
He then made his way down the catwalk, past the other models, and was wearing so many layers of clothing he could have been modeling for the Olsen twins' collection!
And, after he refused to leave, police had to be called in.
But the story doesn't end there!
Yesterday the funny man caused another commotion when he burst into the changing rooms.
As the models began to yell, security guards quickly jumped on him and took him away.
Cohen is currently in Milan to work on his new film, Bruno: Delicious Journeys Through America for the Purpose of Making Heterosexual Male.
And with the movie being made in the same documentary style as his flick from 2006, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, we bet you can catch footage of his ambush in the new movie.
But just how did Cohen even manage to get in?
Turns out Cohen and his film crew passed by security with just some fake passes and managed to make it backstage.
Time to hire a new security team!
[Image via AP Images.]