Bill Cosby, who has been accused by several dozen women of sexual assault, played the second of three stand-up shows in Canada on Thursday.
According to reports on Twitter, a woman who appeared to be "inebriated" interrupted the show.
Here is how Cosby responded, according to two journalists on Twitter who live-tweeted the performance.
Richard Warnica, who is a reporter for the National Post, also tweeted a photo of the restrictions the audience was under.
Apparently, those rules didn't work out well:
Cosby addressed the incident after the show in a statement issued by his publicist.
"Dear Fans: One outburst but over 2600 loyal, patient and courageous fans enjoyed the most wonderful medicine that exist for human-kind. Laughter. I thank you, the theatre staff (Budweiser Gardens), the event organizers and the London, ON Community for your continued honor and support. I'm Far From Finished," he said.
Follow Warnica on Twitter for his updates on the rest of the show.
Kate Aurthur is the chief Los Angeles correspondent for BuzzFeed News. Aurthur covers the television and film industries.
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