A man was arrested Wednesday after he sugar-bombed Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine following the star's Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles.
Fans clamored for Adam Levine following his appearance on the ABC talk show Wednesday.
The 36-year-old is understandably furious after one spectator doused him with powdered sugar.
The unamused Maroon 5's lead singer -- physically unharmed in the incident -- dusts off the sugar from his blue coat.
The man suspected of pelting the wealthy rocker with the white sugar was later arrested in connection with battery.
A bystander hands a security guard the source of the substance that was tossed in Levine's direction; Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Robert Payan confirmed to CNN the substance in question was sugar.
Security guards protect the "Moves Like Jagger" singer from the unexpected attack.
Eyewitness Laura Tijerina told CNN that it looked like the "She Will Be Loved" singer "wanted to fight the guy" who threw the powder.
The singer nearly turns maroon in the face, clearly enraged at the unprovoked attack.
Tijerina said the attack on the singer happened "just so quick."