Adam Levine Flour-Bombed Outside 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

A man threw a bag of flour at Maroon 5's frontman while the singer was signing autographs for fans outside the Los Angeles studio of Jimmy Kimmel's show.

AceShowbiz - Adam Levine got flour-bombed by a man outside the Los Angeles studio of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!". The incident happened on Wednesday, May 6 when the lead singer of Maroon 5 was greeting his adoring fans after appearing on the talk show.

According to eyewitness, Levine was signing autographs for his fans outside the building when a man in the crowd suddenly tossed a bag full of flour to the entertainer right in the face. The singer was left covered in white powder.

TMZ reported that shortly after the incident happened, "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" security apprehended the guy and called 911. When police arrived at the site, the alleged attacker was detained and hit with battery charge. Levine hasn't made any comments on the embarrassing incident yet.

While some assumed that the white powder was flour, others connected the incident with Maroon 5's song "Sugar", speculating that it was actually powdered sugar.

This isn't Levine's first time to have been attacked by fans. The singer got another surprising moment last month when he was performing during the band's April 6 concert in Anaheim. It was reported at that time that Levine was on the stage when a fanatic female fan suddenly jumped on the stage and rounded her arms around Levine from behind.

Levine repeatedly asked the woman to "calm down" and "relax." Before the security escorted the woman out, Levine gave the woman a hug. The incident reportedly caused a minor injury on Levine's ear.

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