Lindsay Lohan reportedly ran around Selfridges in the nude during a recent shopping spree.
The 27-year-old actress, who has been staying in the UK as of late, reportedly made an appointment with a personal shopper at the posh London store recently.
But according to UK newspaper The Sun, staff ended up chasing Lohan around after she disrobed and decided to exit the dressing room.
"Lindsay took some items into the changing room. Halfway through, she ran out of the room with nothing on and was chased by members of staff who were trying to cover her up. She was laughing her head off and literally giving staff the run-around as customers looked on," a source told the outlet.
Apparently her antics weren't the only incident at the store. The actress reportedly cancelled her appointment for later in the day.
"Lindsay was booked in for a personal shopping experience with a posh brand at the shop later that day, but it didn't happen," the insider claimed.
A spokesperson for the actress had not commented on the claims at press time.
It's not the first instance reports have surged about her alleged bad behaviour after she completed a court-ordered rehab stint last year, however.
Earlier this month, a source told The Sun she nearly forced a party celebrating the Moschino runway show at Men's Fashion Week to shut down due to her antics.
"Lindsay was dancing on the table and couches by the DJ booth. Her table were getting through a lot of Tequila Patron," a source said.
"Everyone was talking about her being smashed. Lindsay and her crowd were all smoking and the venue were threatening to shut the party down."
The troubled actress is scheduled to make her West End debut later this year in a revival of Speed-the-Plow.
Recent reports have also suggested she's considering a permanent relocation, with Lohan allegedly insisting she feels like a target in her native US.
"Lindsay's convinced everyone in America is out to get her, but she's had the opposite experience in London," a source said.
"She loves British culture and says people have treated her with respect for the first time in years. Now she's looking into the immigration process and planning a full-time relocation."