Justin Timberlake left fuming after fan slaps his neck during golf tournament

Of course everybody gets a bit carried away bumping into their celebrity crush IRL, but it’s safe to say there’s always one that takes it a bit too far.

Over the weekend Justin Timberlake took part in a charity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, and as he walked through a group of spectators, he was unexpectedly slapped by a fan on neck.

The incident which was caught on video and posted by TMZ, looks harmless but Timberlake’s ‘death stare’ says something quite different.

"Why would you do that?" Timberlake shouts at the man before then storming off and leaving the security guards at it.

According to TMZ, when police attempted to escort the man off the course he became belligerent, they arrested him for disorderly conduct.

But that didn’t let Timberlake affect his time at the tournament, later in the day he was spotted doing the Carlton dance with Fresh Prince of Bel Air alum Alfonso Ribeiro and NBA star Steph Curry.


More in this Section

Superheroes and royalty collide in new Disney+ filmSuperheroes and royalty collide in new Disney+ film

David Attenborough to lay out ‘vision’ for the future in new bookDavid Attenborough to lay out ‘vision’ for the future in new book

Edna O'Brien wins €15k award for novel about Boko Haram kidnappingsEdna O'Brien wins €15k award for novel about Boko Haram kidnappings

Michael D, Saoirse Ronan and Colin Farrell to appear on star-studded Late Late ShowMichael D, Saoirse Ronan and Colin Farrell to appear on star-studded Late Late Show


Lifestyle

Cork author Conal Creedon tells Richard Fitzpatrick about some of his influences, from characters in his family’s shop to Ian Dury and Jim JarmuschCulture That Made Me: Conal Creedon on showbands, punk rock and playing the saw

A new thriller on Netflix is already causing a stir, and JK Rowling has set the internet alight with chapters of her fairytale, writes Des O’DriscollOnline Entertainment Tips: Snowpiercer, JK Rowling's new tale, and two films on Repeal

She's been sorting out Cork people for ages likeAsk Audrey: Normal People is basically a Maeve Binchy novel with mobile phones

Every evening, volunteers set out on bikes from Penny Dinners, delivering food and supplies to Cork’s homeless community. Donal O’Keeffe accompanied the Knight Riders on their rounds.Knight Riders bike around Cork city to deliver food to the homeless for Cork Penny Dinners

More From The Irish Examiner