A topless fashion display at a fashion show in Germany was the scene of a violent fight between two men, according to police.
A police spokesperson told German broadcaster WDR that an incident took place at the “Airplane Fashion Show” in Wurzburg on Friday.
Police were called to the event, which is organised by German fashion brand L’Oréal, at around 11.45am local time (03.45pm GMT).
They said that at one point, a member of the public became involved in a physical altercation with two men and that the fight broke out.
“The police have not ruled out any criminal charges against the people involved, but at this stage, no arrests have been made,” the spokesperson said.
L’Orèal did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The company has previously faced criticism for its topless and bikini fashion shows, which often draw large crowds.
German police have also been criticised for failing to take action against a man who was found guilty of causing bodily harm to a woman at a party in 2013.
The man, named only as Robert, admitted that he had kicked a woman who was being held up by other people and punched her in the head several times.
He also admitted to causing serious bodily harm.
He was sentenced to four years in prison.