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Watch Amy Schumer expertly shutdown heckler who shouted “show us your tits"

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Wannabe hecklers, take note: Amy Schumer is not a woman who suffers fools gladly.

The 35-year-old comedian proved as such during one of her recent shows in Stockholm, when she expertly shut down a man who made the unfortunate decision of yelling "show us your tits" two minutes into her performance.

Queen Schumer accepting the Hollywood Comedy Award last year

Queen Schumer accepting the Hollywood Comedy Award last year

Laughing as she asked the crowd to point out the heckler, Schumer first invited the witless man up on stage so everyone could meet him. When he declined, she addressed him in his seat, reminding him that she would choose who she shows her breasts to - and when.

After asking what he did for a living, the man told Schumer he worked in sales, to which she replied, "How’s that working out? Is it going well? ‘Cause we’re not buying it.”

Schumer then issued the man, who was wearing a shirt with the words "I love pussies" emblazoned on the front, a warning not to shout out again during her show.

“That’s really cute, but if you yell out again, you’re going to be yelling ‘Show us your tits’ to people in the parking lot because you’re going to get thrown out, motherfucker."

Schumer snapping a selfie with Alexander Wang on the red carpet

Schumer snapping a selfie with Alexander Wang on the red carpet

Unfortunately, some people never learn their lesson, and after yelling out again Schumer asked security to escort the man out of the venue. 

You can watch the whole glorious exchange below, and your boss can blame us if you start spontaneously applauding at your desk.

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