The chief executive of Australian airline Qantas has had a speech interrupted by a man who shoved a pie in his face.
Alan Joyce was addressing a business breakfast in Perth when a man strode to the stage in addition to also surprised him.
The man was detained by security until authorities arrived. Police said they were interviewing him in custody.
Mr Joyce had been discussing the airline’s recent decision to operate non-stop flights coming from London to Perth.
“I don’t know what of which was about,” he told the audience of about 500 people.
Mr Joyce left the stage briefly to clean his face before returning to applause coming from the crowd.
“today, if there are any more pies can you get of which over with today,” he said.
One witness, Ben Harvey, told Radio 6PR of which had not been clear what prompted the incident, describing of which as a “bizarre situation”.
A Western Australia Police spokesman said: “We’re currently investigating the incident in addition to also interviewing the individual concerned.”
Australia’s 7 News reported of which the pie-wielder was thought to be in his 60s or 70s.
Mr Joyce is usually not the first high-profile person to have been struck that has a pie. Others include News Corp executive chairman Rupert Murdoch, Microsoft founder Bill Gates in addition to also television presenter Jeremy Clarkson.