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Serena Williams Twitter: Serena Tiger Woods Photo Makes Security Angry at Honda Classic 2013. Watch Serena Take the Photos [VIDEO [LIVE LINK]

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Serena Williams is volleying back at security guards from the Honda Classic who told her she stepped over the line by taking a photo of Tiger Woods while watching the golf star in action Friday afternoon. The tennis star Williams, who obviously knows a thing or two about etiquette at sporting events like golf where making noise is prohibited from spectators, took to her Twitter page to defend herself and try to justify her actions at the Honda Classic.

"Ok at this Golf tournament. Just saw @tigerwoods I understand NO golf Apparently u can't take pics. This security for mad and yelled at me," Williams tweeted. "Apparently u can't take pictures of golfers. In my Defense peeps always take pics of tennis players," Williams tweeted.

Williams raised her camera to take the shot while Woods was on the 17th hole, and security descended on her to stop her from snapping the shot, which she still posted on Twitter a few minutes later. Williams is currently ranked number one in the world and holds 15 major titles, so you would think she might catch a break, but security did their job and treated her like any other fan creating a disturbance for the players. After the security guard swatted down her camera, Williams gave a surprised look with a mischevious twist that hinted she wasn't done quite yet. 

It's funny to think that any of this really made any difference to Woods, who seemed as if he let Serena take the picture of him anyway. Woods shot an even-par 70 again on Saturday and headed to the clubhouse tied for 49th-place at the classic. Luke Guthrie is currently atop the leaderboard at 9-under, one stroke ahead of Michael Thompson.

You can watch the video of Serena's attempted snapshot of Woods below.

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