In a recent show as part of his hugely popular comeback tour, Peter Kay called out a heckler and got him evicted from the show.
The Liverpool Echo reports that the incident happened at his sold-out gig at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool on Saturday night (7 January).
Kay was apparently interrupted by a man in the floor seats of the venue, who was later evicted from the crowd.
In videos seen by the news outlet, Kay was seen sat on the stage joking about the heckler being kicked out of the venue.
He said: "Oh, it's all kicking off here. Where's my phone? He's a bit of an a**ehole, he's a bit annoying.
"I like a laugh, I'm a comedian but I can tell all them people round there are getting a bit nowty now. He likes the limelight, I know I do, but I'm on stage."
Many fans of the comedian in attendance have taken to social media platforms such as Twitter to praise Kay for the way he handled the supposed heckler.
One person on social media wrote: "@peterkay_co_uk absolutely top entertainment at the M&S Bank Arena last night.
"Expert way of dealing with a k**bhead heckler as well, think 13,000 people were glad to see him escorted out."
A second added: "@peterkay_co_uk Saw you tonight @MandSBankArena & I can honestly say, I laughed, cried & felt every emotion possible.
"You are so talented & so glad you got rid of the heckler Please continue being you."
However, there were some fans that thought Kay's comments were a bit of an overreaction.
One person said: "@peterkay_co_uk first half [was] funny tonight until you decided to throw that feller out for asking for an autograph, doesn't look good mate I thought you was one of us."
Although another Twitter user backed up Kay, saying: "Think there was more to it than that, everyone around him seemed p***ed off and when they took him out he was staggering all over the place."
LADbible has contacted Kay's representatives for comment.
The Better Late Than Never tour has been one of the most in-demand tours from any entertainer in a long time.
After 12 years away, fans are delighted to see Kay back on tours and in arenas near them.
The tour got off to a strong start in Manchester, with the Bolton lad being reduced to tears following a standing ovation from his home crowd.