We all know Miley Cyrus loves taking photos of herself, but she's none too fond of it when the paparazzi do it.
The 20-year-old singer turned the tables on one photographer on Jan. 29, when she filmed a video of the paparazzo, who was snapping photos of her while she was walking her dog.
"In reply to the photos of me attempting to take my dogs on a walk while a man I've never seen before harassed me... All for your entertainment I suppose. Hope this is enlightening. Not to mention he was driving around in a 'handicap' vehicle recklessly while I walk in a neighborhood full of children praying he doesn't hit a small child or one of my dogs... Lost 2 already this year, don't wanna go through that again," Cyrus wrote on her Pheed account when she posted the video.
In the video, Cyrus calls the photographer a "criminal" and makes note of how uncomfortable she feels being photographed by a middle-aged man she's never seen before.
Cyrus isn't the only celeb to turn the tables on the paps. Earlier this month, Kim Kardashian took advantage of an unassuming paparazzo she spotted sleeping on Miami Beach. Kardashian snapped a picture of the snoozing photog, and posted it to her Twitter page:
"This pap fell asleep on the job missed my whole Miami Beach photo shoot!!! #LuckyMe #UnluckyHim.”
Kardashian knows perhaps better than anyone what it's like to be hounded by the paparazzi, and while she was being playful, Cyrus' video wasn't meant to be.
The former "Hannah Montana" star has a long history of problems with the paparazzi, and earlier this month she called for changes to how they operate after a photographer was hit by a car and killed while trying to photograph Justin Bieber.
"Hope this paparazzi/JB accident brings on some changes in '13 Paparazzi are dangerous! Wasn't Princess Di enough of a wake up call?!" she tweeted, referencing Princess Diana's fatal accident in 1997 while being chased by paps.