Former stockbroker Jordan Belfort, whose actual, insane life the movie Wolf of Wall Street was based on, didn't like it one bit when an Australian reporter on that country's version of 60 Minutes asked if he was up to more shady business. 

She asks an already-agitated Belfort, who spent 22 months in prison for fraud and money laundering, "“The last thing is that you have an oral contract with your management, the Fordham company, is that an attempt to hide your income?" 

That's when Belfort gets really mad and ends the interview, walking off of the set. 

To be fair, Belfort didn't get anything close to as angry as Leonardo Dicaprio's version of him probably would have, and there wasn't a single F-bomb (the film contains somewhere between 414 and 625, depending on who you ask).