Just one night after she turned up over two hours late, the 57-year-old sparked outrage at her second Brisbane concert when she decided to expose a fan's chest onstage.
It hasn’t been a good week for the Material Girl singer who commenced her Brisbane show on Wednesday two and a half hours later than expected of the scheduled 9.00pm time.
Concertgoers at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre were in a state of fury after the hit-maker kept them waiting until 11.22pm before she finally took the stage.
And when she did eventually show, complaints were made left right and centre about her sloppy demeanour, unnecessary swearing and lazy lip-syncing.
But the extreme tardiness and lacklustre effort is only the tip of the scandalous iceberg.
In a video captured by an audience member at Thursday night’s performance, the 57-year-old pop icon can be seen inviting a young fan up on stage.
"She's the kind of girl you just want to slap... on the a--, and pull…" Madonna, 57, told over 13,000 audience members before exposing the young woman’s chest by pulling down her strapless corset.
"Oh, s---. Oh sorry, sexual harassment,” the mother-of-four said before adding: “You can do the same to me if you like.”
The audience, shocked, let out a mixed reaction of awkward laughter and exclamations of surprise.
The Vogue singer will wrap up her seven-month Rebel Heart tour with two last shows in Sydney over the weekend.
The Australian leg of the tour hasn’t been smooth sailing for the recording artist, who has received a mountain of backlash from frustrated fans and the media amidst her ongoing custody battle with ex Guy Ritchie regarding their 15-year-old son Rocco.
Earlier this week, Madonna’s lawyer told the London High Court that she hopes to “heal the wounds” that have cut deep from the strain of the seemingly never-ending custody battle.
Speaking on her behalf, David Williams QC told the judge that the singer “doesn’t wish for these proceedings in England to continue any longer than necessary.”
"She views the prospect of further proceedings anywhere ... with horror," he said according to The Telegraph.
“What she has always sought to date is to find a way in which this family can come together to heal the wounds which have been inflicted on the family in the past four months or so,”
“She wants to chart a course for Rocco and the family to help put this behind them and restore peace to the family.”