Madonna is being sued by a male fan for allegedly staging a sweaty pornography-style show.

The Queen of Pop, 65, is facing the suit from Justen Lipeles, who grew infuriated after watching the ‘Material Girl’ singer’s ‘Celebration Tour’ show in Inglewood, California, on 7 March – and says there should have been a warning about its content.

In court papers obtained by The Blast, Justen also says Madonna’s gig at the Kia Forum started more than 90 minutes late and complains the venue was boiling hot as the singer allegedly demanded the air conditioning be turned off.

Taking aim at being “forced to watch topless women on stage simulating sex acts” during the concert, he states in his filing: “Forcing consumers to wait hours in hot, uncomfortable arenas and subjecting them to pornography without warning is demonstrative of Madonna’s flippant disrespect for her fans.”

Justen is accusing Madonna and gig promoter Live Nation of six offences: breach of written contract, negligent misrepresentation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, false advertising, negligence/negligent infliction of emotional distress and unfair competition.

Justen is demanding a jury trial, arguing complainants are entitled to compensatory damages.

Madonna’s raunchy ‘Celebration Tour’ moments have included recreating the famous kiss she shared with Britney Spears 20 years ago with a backup dancer and flashing her underwear on stage.

She has also work bondage-inspired outfits at her shows, as well as lingerie and a nun’s outfit.

Madonna is facing two other class action lawsuits over her lateness, with both sets of plaintiffs alleging the performer was hours late for her scheduled performances.

The suits slate her for showing “disrespect” towards fans and say she lip-synched during much of her show.

Madonna filed a counter motion to dismiss one of the complaints in April, arguing it was illogical for fans to expect her to start on time.

She said in her response: “No reasonable concertgoer – and certainly no Madonna fan – would expect the headline act at a major arena concert to take the stage at the ticketed event time.”