She's no stranger to attention-grabbing behaviour, and her visit to Florence was no exception.
Madonna continued to stop traffic as she filmed the video for her new single, putting on a show for passersby.
Motorists struggled to keep their eyes on the road as they copped an eyeful of the scantily-clad star perching on top of a convertible vintage car on the set of her video for the single Turn Up The Radio
The single is the latest from her new album MDNA.
The pop star was seen dressed in a black laced tight-fitted top and a military hat while getting into an open top vintage car.
Flaunting her figure in a lacy bra and tiny leather hotpants, she surrounded herself with young dancers.
Madonna didn't seem at all shy about having her bust on show and mingled on the set shielding herself with a blue parasol.
She completed her look with black fishnet tights, a gold jewelled waist belt and plenty of jewellery.
The singer was then on the back of an old convertible car sporting big bouffant hair, which was backcombed and held together with a black hairband.
Meanwhile, the singer's entourage became embroiled in a row when they allegedly left a bar without paying their £1,000 bill.
Eight members of Madonna's crew downed five bottles of 250 Euro vodka and polished their all-night bender off with a medley of posh cocktails.
While filming her video, she was joined by a group of semi-clad male dancers as they danced around before she sped off from an old petrol station in the car with a couple of them in the back with her.
Although she was seen from a distance, her manager Guy Oseary also took to his Twitter page to share a photo from the video shoot, which will accompany her new single Turn Up The Radio.
The video is being shot by Tom Munro who also shot her video for Give It 2 Me and Madonna's long-time collaborator Martin Solveig has produced the track.--