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A comedian clearly thought 'enough is enough' recently after he decided to absolutely rinse a 'rude' woman who kept interrupting comics as they left the stage. Watch the viral vid below:
Kevin McCaffrey was performing on stage when a heckler opted to give him some stick whilst constantly cutting him off mid-performance.
Initially, the woman who ‘interrupted every comic all night’ raised her hand and Kevin’s response was a straight forward ‘no’.
After the audience laughs, Kevin adds: “I guess it’s progress, you raised your hand.”
The woman then hits back: “Is it funny to be an a**hole?”
The comedian then hit back with: “Well no one thinks it’s funny when you do it.
“Here’s the thing, and I will honestly try to be as…”
“A**hole-ish as you can?” the heckler interrupts.
Kevin, with a confused look on his face, asks: “What did you think was going to happen here today?
“Did you know that we were going to talk?”
In perhaps an attempt to be ‘more polite’, the woman asked a follow up question: “Does it not help when people interact?”
Kevin responds with a short and sweet: “No.”
Throughout the exchange between the two, the audience would laugh at every comment Kevin made, which eventually got on the woman’s nerves – and she opted to storm out and throw her 40 dollars (20 dollars per ticket) at the comic whilst he was still on stage.
However, shortly after she left, the woman came to the realisation that she had left her mother in the audience by mistake.
Before picking up her abandoned mother, the woman storms, right back in, and shouts: “F**k you, and you and you…”
The mother then also calls Kevin an ‘a**hole’ and the comic, along with the crowd, continues to laugh about it.
Towards the end of the clip he jokes about putting the video on TikTok and, well, that’s exactly what he did.
Kevin posted the clip on his main Instagram account four days ago (2 Dec) and it’s already gone viral with 3.9 million views.
One user commented: “Handled perfectly lol.”
A second wrote: “Some comedians do crowd work, and it can be really funny. But you have to wait for them to initiate it. Otherwise you’re just messing up their show.”
Another added: “Why go to a comedy show if you’re just going to get offended and complain the whole time.”
Someone else joked: “She forgot her mom??? Threw cash at you and forgot her mom???”
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