Alec Baldwin, 54, had quite the altercation with Daily News photographer Marcus Santos outside the Manhattan's Marriage License Bureau and oddly enough, the Trayvon Martin case was dragged into it.
As Santos told the NYDN:
"He comes after me, starts shoving and punching me, one time right in the chin ... He started shoving me and pushing me. Then he goes the other way."
Matthew Hiltzik, Baldwin's rep, refutes the photographer's account, claiming:
"As Alec and his fiancée were leaving City Hall, a 'civilian' walking in front of Alec positioned himself to obstruct the view of a photographer aggressively trying to shoot the couple.
The photographer was clearly frustrated, pushed past the bystander and assaulted Alec with his camera. There were no punches thrown, and any subsequent physical contact was simply Alec protecting himself."
After the incident, Baldwin went to his Twitter saying:
"A 'photographer' almost hit me in the face with his camera this morning. #allpaparazzishouldbewaterboarded"
But Baldwin took things further, following with a second tweet referencing Trayvon Martin:
"I suppose if the offending paparazzi was wearing a hoodie and I shot him, it would all blow over."
We're not sure what the 30 Rock star meant by this statement, as it was a questionable, and pretty unnecessary reference to the situation.
Above: Alec Baldwin shoves Daily News photographer Marcus Santos after leaving the Marriage Bureau Tuesday morning. Photo credit: Jefferson Siegel for the New York Daily News.