Cara Delevingne Is Kissing A Woman In Public Again [Video]

Cara Delevingne is kissing women again. Or at least, one woman. After locking tongues with Miley Cyrus in a widely distributed Instagram photo last month, the provocative British fashion model was seen canoodling at a basketball game on Tuesday night.

This time, as captured by The New York Post's "Page Six," the 21-year-old Cara Delevingne's partner was an older woman. Miley is actually three months younger than Cara. But Fast and Furious star Michelle Rodriguez, a veteran actress who also had a role on the TV series Lost, is 14 years older.

And that's who Cara Delevingne was getting extra-friendly with at courtside of Tuesday's New york Knicks vs. Detroit Piston's game at Madison Square Garden in New York. The pair's amorous and sometimes just plain silly antics overshadowed even the Knicks' exciting 89-84 victory.

The video above, assembled by the Chicago Tribune, contains a montage of the saucy snaps taken of the gal pals. But not everyone was amused by their antics.

Boxing superstar Miguel Cotto, who has sold out the Garden on numerous occasions for his action-packed bouts, had the misfortune of being assigned the seat next to Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez, giving him an unwanted ringside view of the pair's own bout of public affection.

As New York's Daily News noted, gay rumors have trailed Rodriguez for much of her career. She has denied being a lesbian, but also said the rumors are "not too far off," instead simply declaring that she is equally likely to have male and female sexual partners.

"I've gone both ways. I do as I please," said the actress, whose big break came in the 2000 indie film Girlfight, which chronicled the travails of a female boxer — so maybe it made sense that she'd be seated next to Cotto.

As for what ignited the Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez makeout session, according to "Page Six," the action didn't begin until the game's fourth quarter and by that time, the two women had been "drinking throughout the contest."