Williams has still been doing shows throughout all this, although by all accounts the shows have sucked enough corpse penises to warrant legal action. One man was so enraged by the comedian's performance (which included Williams taking some of his clothes off and threatening to fight the audience) that he filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of everyone who will never get that quarter hour of their lives back.
Williams himself declared that he would be suing Seattle for $50 million for "crippling my reputation as a father and a black man and as a taxpaying citizen and as a person who is not a convicted felon." He also offered to pay Washington $300,000 if they let him and his family live on the state ferry in the same interview, because this is how crazy people speak.
There's an inverse relationship between the mass of beads on your neck and your grip on reality.
Hilarious Getaway Vehicles
When Williams decided to take his three-wheeled motorcycle (typically ridden by children and called "a tricycle") out for a spin on the sidewalk in Sacramento, the police stopped him to point out that motor vehicles are meant to be driven in the street. Williams offered them the rejoinder that he didn't care and "sped" away, resulting in a sight gag of a pursuit. A week later, he slapped a Target employee in the face and hopped on a motorized shopping cart to make good his escape once the cashier called the cops (although Williams did stop to take french fries from a stranger in the food court, because nothing works up a hunger like being a goddamned lunatic).
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This outfit alone burned off three value meals.