By Ben Fractenberg
MIDTOWN — Paris Hilton spent some time in an unfamiliar place Thursday — Port Authority.
The socialite, escorted by police officers, stopped by the bus station for a lunch party organized by the United Service Organizations, which has an office in the station, the New York Times reported.
Not stepping too out of character, Hilton reportedly showed up late, and several homeland security officers had already left the party.
"Who keeps the military waiting like that?" a Port Authority officer asked the Times.
Things then got a little ugly as Hilton, who turned 30 Thursday, was leaving the bus station. A Times photographer allegedly got into a scuffle with a police officer trying to keep her from photographing the socialite.
Hilton reportedly made it out unscathed.