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Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi in Another (Gasp!) Bar Fight? Yup, Featuring Food, Drinks and Slaps, Says RadarOnline

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MIAMI (CBS) "Snooki" strikes again...so to speak.

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi of MTV "Jersey Shore" fame was involved in a bar fight over the weekend, and this time she was the one who threw the first punch -- actually, first slap, as well as some food and alcohol, reports RadarOnline.com.

Polizzi and co-star Jenni "JWOWW" Farley lit up Ocean's 10 Saturday night in Miami's South Beach. But the night took a turn for the worse (as they often seem to) for the Jersey Shore crew,  when the duo encountered an unruly male who had an eye for "Snooki," according to the entertainment site.

And apparently, when the unnamed suitor took an interest in Ms. Polizzi, let's just say she did not reciprocate.

An eyewitness said Snooki told said suitor, "Don't f--- with me," so he then snatched her drink and walked off.

That's when the encounter got closer, according to RadarOnline.com, with Snooki throwing food from her table all over the man, then lunging toward him -- first slapping him across the shoulder with her left hand, then catching him in the face with a second, right handed slap.

To finish him off, Snooki dumped a nearby drink over him, and in response, he reached for his own drink and drenched the "Jersey Shore" star, says RadarOnline.com.

Security then booted the male antagonist from the bar.

During season one of "Jersey Shore," Snooki was on the wrong end of another bar fight.  Brad Ferro, a teacher at North Queens Community High School, was fired for punching Snooki in the face at a bar in Seaside Heights, N.J.  He was arrested for assault and disorderly conduct and was ordered to pay a $500 fine.

Stay tuned for the next episode of Girl Meets Bar.

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