NT Chief Minister Natasha Fyles hit in the face with cream pancake at Nightcliff markets

An investigation is underway after Northern Territory Chief Minister Natasha Fyles was allegedly assaulted at her local markets.

Police are investigating after Ms Fyles was allegedly hit in the face with a cream pancake while at the Nightcliff Markets about 11.30am on Sunday.

According to a post on social media, the chief minister was attending the market when a “disgruntled female “ walked up to her a “smooshed a cream pancake right in her face”.

“ … she wiped it off, police called. Cream pie raving something about Fyles stopping her husband having a heart operation,” the Facebook user wrote.

It is understood the police are investigating the incident, which reportedly was unprovoked and left Ms Fyles upset.

This isn’t the first time the chief minister has been attacked this year.

Ms Fyles was followed and allegedly harassed by anti-fracking protesters while competing in a running competition in Central Australia in May.

NT Police have been contacted for comment. No one has been charged over the incident.

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