Alec Baldwin, Fight

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Alec Baldwin has had yet another run-in with a paparazzo.

The former 30 Rock star ended up getting into an altercation with a photographer who tried to grab a picture of he and his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, E! News has learned.

NYPD confirm that the incident occurred at 12:25 p.m. Tuesday near NYU's Greenwich Village campus in New York City when a confrontation ensued and both men pushed each other.

No one sustained any injuries and police were called to the scene. Neither party wanted to file a police report however and both Baldwin and the pap went their separate ways.

As the above photo shows, it looks like Alec had a pretty good grip on the situation. A source close to the situation told E! News that the photographer instigated and even harassed Hilaria by following her into a nearby store.

A rep for Baldwin declined to comment.

Alec Baldwin, Hilaria Thomas Baldwin

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But it's worth noting the row occurred just three days after the actor's missus gave birth to their first child, a girl named Carmen Gabriela, and shortly after the 29-year-old Hilaria got out of the hospital (the pair were also snapped walking their dogs earlier today in Washington Square Park).

This isn't the first time Baldwin's reportedly gotten physical with a shutterbug. In June 2012, photog Marcus Santos accused the Blue Jasmine star of punching him after the latter was leaving the New York City Marriage License Bureau before he and his then-fiancée tied the knot. Baldwin later tweeted that it was the paparazzo who approached him and almost hit him in the face with his camera.

—Reporting by Lindsay Good

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