Kate Moss stormed out of the GQ Men of the Year Awards last night (08.09.09).
The British supermodel was caught on camera shouting expletives as she interrupted an interview with her friend, singer Lily Allen - who had been awarded the Woman of the Year accolade - to reveal she was leaving.
She said: "He's so f***ing rude, I'm never coming here again!"
It is believed she took offence to a joke made by Irish actor James Nesbitt as he presented a prize at the British men's magazine's annual prize-giving ceremony.
Trying to resolve the situation, Lily called to her friend: "He didn't mean it like that Kate!"
Earlier in the evening, the 35-year-old beauty fought off unwanted attention from Hollywood lothario Mickey Rourke, the winner of the International Man of the Year, as they enjoyed a star-studded sit-down meal at London's Royal Opera House.
Although the 55-year-old actor was joined by a model called Elena, 24, he reportedly stroked Kate's arm and angered her boyfriend, The Kills rocker Jamie Hince.
Mickey admitted he was using the star-studded bash to search for a British spouse.
He said: "I'm looking for an English wife.
"I'm looking for a house over here. I need a boxing ring though and a full-sized gym. London's like my second home."
Full winners list from 2009's GQ Men of the Year Awards:
International Man of the Year - Mickey Rourke
Alfred Dunhill Film-Maker of the Year - Guy Ritchie
Woman of the Year - Lily Allen
Band of the Year - Take That
Sportsman of the Year - Jenson Button
Politician of the Year - George Osborne MP
Movie Mogul of the Year - Harvey Weinstein
Designer of the Year - Giles Deacon
Actor of the Year - Michael Sheen
Solo Artist of the Year - Dizzee Rascal
TV Personality of the Year - Ross Kemp
Comedian of the Year - Michael McIntyre
Entrepreneur of the Year - Matthew Freud
Smirnoff Black Most Stylish Man of the Year - David Walliams
Outstanding Achievement - Elvis Costello