Cara Delevingne

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It's not a secret that Cara Delevingne has little patience for the paparazzi.

And her return to the U.K. has not changed that one bit.

The Paper Towns star seemed to enjoy herself at the Project-0 Wave Makers Marine Conservation concert in London tonight, but it sounds as though a photographer put a damper on the festivities as the evening progressed.

"If a picture tomorrow comes out soon of my ass.... I sincerely apologise!" the British stunner tweeted Wednesday night. "Some disgusting so-called 'human' with a camera tried to take a picture up my skirt... 'Welcome home,'" she added mockingly, punctuating the sentiment with a Union Jack emoji.

Cara Delevingne

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And the model-actress who famously expressed her wish to pour "molten cheese" on the paps a few months ago is looking for something new to fight back with.

"Any suggestions?" she also tweeted. "Eggs?"

Unfortunately, the It girl is dogged by the paps pretty much wherever she goes. It was shutterbugs in Italy who inspired her cheese vision, Delevingne tweeting back in September, "To the guys in Milan! I only cover my face when you are rude to me, please do not make me feel like a zoo animal."

"I refuse to let these grown men treat people like objects with no feelings and get away with it, I will never be silent," the 23-year-old continued at the time. "If not, I certainly will," she vowed.

Paparazzi even followed Delevingne into an Italian church in 2013—though at least she was sightseeing and it wasn't in the middle of a service. But still! "A whole new level of low," she characterized the incident.

After pics of her and Michelle Rodriguez vacationing in Mexico made the rounds in early 2014, she lamented how most places in the world seemingly allowed paparazzi to roam at will.

"I really think that it's disgusting that Paris is the only place where it is illegal for paps to follow you around," she tweeted. "It actually took someone losing there [sic] life! Princess Diana, an inspirational woman and then it changed but they still won't change it in London!"

Then in July of that year it was the media in general that she could barely stomach anymore, tweeting, "I don't know if I can laugh anymore at the crap they write in the press. They must be extremely bored at the moment. What's happening in real life is far more interesting than the crap that they write now. They obviously have no imagination."

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