Shakira was robbed while in the middle of a performance -- and the whole incident was caught on camera.
The Colombian pop star was shaking hands with fans during a show inÂ Monterrey, Mexico,Â when a ring was taken right off her finger by a concertgoer, according toÂ UsMagazine.com.
The video of the incident clearly shows Shakira's confused reaction to losing her ring, but -- always the professional -- she continued her performance without delay.
There's no word on the price of the stolen ring or where security was when the incident occurred.
A new video on YouTube is causing an uproar, as critics question why Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents at the New Orleans airport gave an intense pat-down to a 6-year-old girl.Â The video shows a female TSA agent explaining the security procedure to the child's mother and then having the 6-year-old girl spread her arms and legs for the pat-down, which includes "sensitive areas," in the words of the agent.The child complains and the mom asks if re-scanning might be an option. The TSA agent replies, "no." The agent does try to calm the girl, telling her she has "pretty hair," and appears to conduct the pat-down in a gentle manner.The incident occurred at Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans last week.The family in the video is from Kentucky, and the mom, Selena Drexel, tells ABC's "Good Morning America" that they wereÂ returning from a vacationÂ when their daughter, Anna, underwent the pat-down. Anna's father, Todd Drexel, says his daughter started to cry afterward.
An Air France jumbo jet bound for Paris clipped the tail of a Delta Comair commuter plane while taxiing last night at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.Â
There were no injuries, though passengers were startled, and the planes appeared to be damaged.
"It was pretty damned scary," Poppy Lawton, 29, of London, who was aboard the Delta flight, tells theÂ New York Daily News. "You could hear things breaking, almost like glass breaking."
AnÂ Air FranceÂ spokeswoman tellsÂ AOL Travel NewsÂ the Airbus A380 with 495 passengers and 25 crew onboard "was taxiing and the other one (plane) was parking" when the incident occurred around 8:09 p.m.
She says the carrier is cooperating with the National Transportation Safety Board in their investigation. "They are looking into the matter," the Air France spokeswoman says.
The A380 is theÂ world's biggestÂ commercial passenger plane.