Pamela Anderson was left terrified after a crazed stalker confronted her on a train.
The former 'Baywatch' star was followed along a platform by the young man at Liverpool Lime Street station, England, after a stint in the city taking part in a pantomime - a traditional British Christmas theater show.
The unidentified male followed the 43-year-old beauty along carriages in the train, but police managed to stop him from getting too close to her by halting him with pepper spray.
A statement from British Transport Police read: "The man became verbally abusive to rail staff when he was asked to produce a ticket. British Transport Police attended and the man became violent and assaulted an officer and was arrested.
"Officers were forced to use capture spray as the man resisted arrest."
Pamela - who was playing the Genie in the pantomime version of 'Aladdin' at Liverpool's Empire Theatre, and was heading back to London - was said to be "shaken" by the incident.
A source on the 8.48pm train to London Euston said: "A load of them jumped on him and spayed him before hauling him off by his arms and legs.
"She was shaken up, but glad he was taken away before anything happened."