Police were called to a residential street in Cirencester at 3am today after reports that a young woman was tussling with an 8ft x 3ft strip of concrete.
It is not known what the rift is about, although an insider told The Daily News that the pavement left Adele because "she had walked all over him".
The singer has even written a song about her pavement-chasing activities, called Skyfall.
Police cautioned Adele last month for chasing a traffic bollard, and then a week later for pursuing a clothes recycling bank at a Sainbury’s in Doncaster.
They warned the public not to attempt to chase pavements "unless they believed that the disappearance of said tarmac posed a trip hazard".
Other famous people known for chasing pavements include Kurt Lanzer, an Austrian who followed a 15-metre length of bitumen up the north face of the Eiger in 1986, and Queen Anne, who was allegedly caught in bed with some mosaic paving from her Palace of Whitehall estate in 1703.
And each year on the Isle of Mull in Scotland, dozens of people are injured in the annual Pavement Chasing Championships in Tobermory.Tweet