Alec Baldwin got into a verbal confrontation with another photographer this morning outside his New York City apartment, according to TMZ.
Baldwin grabbed the photographer’s arm and yelled at him for allegedly harassing a neighbor.

“I want you to shut the f**k up [and] get out of here,” Baldwin tells him. “Shut up, leave my neighbor alone.”

The video shows a group of photographers taking photographs of Baldwin backing the photographer against a van while clutching a large pink stuffed animal.

“You must have been raped by a priest,” Baldwin also added.

Alec grabbed the photographer's arm briefly, backed off, then approached him again and said in menacing tone, "You little girl!"

A source connected with Alec Baldwin tells TMZ that the photographer had confrontations with other residents in the building before the incident with Alec.

The source also told TMZ that when one resident asked him to stop "harassing everyone," the photographer replied, "f**k you." This may have sparked the incident.

Baldwin punched a Daily News photographer who was taking his picture in New York City two weeks ago. Marcos Santos, the victim of the first incident, recently appeared on “Good Morning America” with his lawyer and stated that he would like to see the “30 Rock” star prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. The NYPD is still investigating that incident.

But the actor has had other public outbursts. In December of 2011, Alec was waiting on an American Airlines flight in Los Angeles playing "Words with Friends" on his phone. When instructed to put away the electronic device by the stewardess, he reportedly became belligerent, and was eventually removed from the plane. He later publicly apologized, though only to the passengers for the delay he caused.

Baldwin also made a guest appearance on NBC show Saturday Night Live making fun of the incident by posing as the captain of the plane he was removed from.

Baldwin is set to marry his fiancee, yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas tomorrow and this fall will tape the seventh and final season of "30 Rock". Next year he will appear in the Broadway play "Orphans" playing a rich mobster who is kidnapped.