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Celebrity chef Guy Fieri in heated fist fight with hairdresser

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri in heated fist fight with hairdresser

FOOD FIGHT: Guy Fieri got into a nasty fight with his hair dresser. Photo: Associated Press

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri was caught on camera embroiled in a violent tussle with his hairdresser.

The “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” star and his hairdresser, Ariel Ramirez, had reportedly traveled on a flight together to San Francisco, California on Saturday and were making their way home in a black SUV when a fight broke out.

Editors at TMZ.com caught the bust-up on tape, with footage purportedly showing an hysterical Ramirez screaming at the TV star while punching him through the car’s open door. Ramirez is heard crying and shouting expletives throughout the ordeal.

Fieri, who also kicks out at his employee from the passenger seat of the SUV, then slams the door and the car speeds off.

A representative for the chef has now dismissed the fight as an argument which got out of hand, saying, “A bunch of guys were messing around. Things got a little out of hand, but they’re all good now.”

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