The sold out crowd who showed up to see the wickedly funny Ant paid to see a solid performance, but what they got instead was incessant heckles and jeers from the crowd, some quite delightful.
The Los Angeles show was only about five minutes in when a clearly intoxicated woman in the front row yelled “Hey Ant, why do you have such a huge dick? That thing’s too big, you should go home and take awesome pictures of it!”
Professional that he is, Ant ignored her, and within minutes she’d been escorted out of the crowd. Mere minutes later it started up again. This time from an older man in the back.
“Hey Ant, you’re jokes are too funny, why are you playing this sh**hole?” The comedian bantered with him briefly, but the man quieted down, presumably having been lead out as well.
Less than a single joke later, once the crowd had settled down, a man on the right side of the stage yelled, “Why aren’t you some race I can make fun of? Ants aren’t funny, they can lift 50x their own body weight. That doesn’t make you funny, it makes you amazing you jerk!”
The audience was getting pretty upset and two attendees could be seen politely helping the gentleman to discover new reasons to keep what is commonly referred to as his “pie hole” zipped for the remainder of the show.
Throughout the rest of the show, nobody individually yelled out, but the entire set was ruined by the obnoxious, raucous sound of people laughing at nearly every punch line.
“It was just an awful set,” said Carl Peligro, waiter at the club. I could hear people’s drink orders, people were laughing so hard they knocked drinks over. I wouldn’t want to work when he’s here again.”
“That was the worst,” said Rebecca Gunnette, a streak-haired busty slice of bitch departing the club. “My cheeks hurt so bad. My whole face is exhausted from laughing so hard. I wouldn’t wish this on my worst enemies, but mostly because I hate them and they should die.”
The comedian Ant was unavailable for comment, since we never actually reached out to him for the story, and he only vaguely knows we exist in the first place.