Vitalii Sediuk Tries to Ambush Kim Kardashian, But She Marches Right Past Him

Man who recently targeted Gigi Hadid, attempts to plant a kiss on KUWTK star's butt

By Rebecca Macatee Sep 28, 2016 5:36 PMTags

Non, strange man in Paris: You will not be getting anywhere near Kim Kardashian's derrière!

Vitalii Sediuk tried to ambush the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star outside of L'Avenue restaurant on Wednesday, but Kim thankfully was able to march right past him. In a video posted to Instagram by makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic, it appeared that Vitalii was trying to plant a kiss on Kim's butt. It didn't take long, fortunately, for Kim's bodyguard to stop the attacker in his tracks.

Kim, who has unfortunately been targeted by Vitalii in the past, took to Twitter to thank security guard Pascual Duvier for keeping him safe, calling him "a G."

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Vitallii took to Instagram after the incident to confirm he was, indeed, the culprit. He wrote, "I was protesting Kim for using fake butt implants. I encourage her and the rest of Kardashian clan to popularise natural beauty among teenage girls who follow and defend them blindly." (Kim, for the record, does not have butt implants. She's denied this several times over the years and even proved her assets were real with an X-Ray on an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.)

He even attempted to add an explanation, writing, "P.s. I was sitting there outside the posh restaurant to use free wifi and eating my ice-cream. When all of a sudden, the pack of paparazzi came out and the car with Kim Kardashian. I swear I didn't know she was going to be there. So I had to come out with an idea very fast. Does it mean if I don't go to celebrities, they come to me? Lol"  

Vitalii has an extensive history of attempting to disturb celebrities, often at red carpet events. Gigi Hadid had a frightening run-in with Vitalii just last week in Milan. The supermodel was exiting MaxMara's show with her sister Bella Hadid when Vitalii attempted to lift her off the ground. Gigi immediately fought back and her security quickly stepped in. She later wrote about her use of self-defense in Lena Dunham's "Lenny Letter" newsletter.