Beyonce Slapped: Singer Blasts Fan During Show (VIDEO)

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(PHOTO) iam.beyonce.comBeyonce performs in the Mrs. Carter World Tour in Croatia

Beyonce was left seething after a fan slapped her behind during her concert in Copenhagen on Sunday.

The pop singer, 31, was in between sets performing her hit single "Irreplaceable," when a man in the crowd reached out and smacked her. A stunned Beyonce briefly stopped dead in her tracks to condemn the unidentified man's behavior, according to a video posted via YouTube.

"I will have you escorted out of here right now, alright?" Beyonce said while glaring directly at the fan.

While the singer swiftly proceeded with her high-energy show, fans could not move past the disturbing incident and vented their outrage on social networking site Twitter.

"How dare that fan disrespect Beyonce and slap her behind? No class y'all," one Twitter user wrote.

"@Beyonce you shouldve had him escorted out for that butt slap! Gotta let them know they can't try you in the states either!" a concerned fan suggested.

"That is so rude and disrespectful! Whether it's Beyonce or an everyday girl next door, people need to keep their hands to themselves!" another tweeted.

The slapping incident comes just one month after reports of an alleged attack against the singer surfaced online. In April video footage showing Beyonce allegedly getting her hair pulled during a show in Serbia raised concerns for the singer's safety.

On April 15, Beyonce kicked off her Mrs. Carter World Tour at the Kombank Arena in Belgrade, Serbia and the video in question shows the pop star briefly interacting with the crowd. One seemingly overzealous fan tugged the singer's hair, and another bizarrely patted her face, which caused her to flinch.

Beyonce's longtime bodyguard Julius can be seen getting the situation under control, and contrary to some reports, the singer was uninjured and proceeded with her opening show.

On May 14 the singer was forced to cancel a concert in Belgium for the first time ever after being advised to do so by doctors. Her representative cited "dehydration" and "exhaustion" as the reasons behind the cancellation, which fueled reports of an alleged pregnancy.

Beyonce is yet to confirm or deny the rumors, but she recently lashed out at the media on social networking site Instagram.

"I can't stop the rumors from starting, and I can't really change people's minds who believe them, all I can do is sit back and laugh at these low life people who have nothing better to do than talk about me," Beyonce allegedly wrote.