OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Angry fans were demanding their money back after Katt Williams’ show Friday night at Oracle Arena.

Profanity-laced YouTube videos posted after the performance show the comedian heckling the audience during a rambling monologue devoid of jokes. Williams is dragged off stage by his own security after he challenges a heckler to a fight.

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Comments from disappointed fans on Facebook and Twitter described Williams’ onstage behavior as a “complete meltdown.” Many complained the show ended after 10 minutes and was not worth the ticket price that ranged from $33 to $94.

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Williams was arrested Wednesday night in Oakland after a fight with rapper Delvahn Mosely-Davis. Davis alleges that the comedian hit him in the head with a bottle and has filed a lawsuit seeking damages.

Friday night’s show at Oracle Arena was promoted by Live Nation. Williams’ official Facebook fan page indicated that a show planned for Saturday night in Fresno would go on as scheduled.

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