Madonna has risked the wrath of the French National Front after stamping a Swastika across the face of leader Marie Le Pen during her MDNA tour.
The controversial move happened during the 'Give Me All Your Love' star's live show in the Tel Aviv, Israel last week. In a video segment of the show Le Pen's face appeared on-screen before the swastika, synonymous with the Nazi regime, was slapped across her face.
Le Pen is reported to be threatening legal action over the stunt should Madonna repeat it when the MDNA tour reaches Paris in July.
"We understand how old singers who need to get people talking about them go to such extremes," Le Pen told The Daily Mail. Adding: "If she does that in France, we'll be waiting".
Madonna's MDNA tour hit a slightly less controversial, but noteworthy, note in Tel Aviv with the revelation that a section of the show takes shots at Lady Gaga.
Below: Madonna live in Israel (Swastika-free)