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Amy Schumer is not about to let some derogatory heckler ruin her night.

Such was the case in Stockholm, Sweden, on Wednesday when a man interrupted the middle of her show by yelling, "Show us your tits!"

Without hesitation, Schumer responded, "OK, wait. I want the guy who just yelled that to come up here. It's too good. Everybody point at him so I know which one."

The crowd obliged and soon we found out he was wearing a shirt that read, "I love p---y." Classy.

When he explained to the comedienne that he does sales for a living, Amy continued heckling him right back, "Sales. How's that workin' out? Is it going well? 'Cause we're not buying it."

She continued, "Now that's really cute. But if you yell out again, you're going to be yelling 'show your tits,' to someone in the parking lot."

Although security swiftly approached the man, Amy let him stay, warning him not to say anything else. Unfortunately, he couldn't resist. A few minutes later he shouted something else, and Amy gave him the boot. "I was about to go anyway," he responded.

The crowd cheered as he was escorted out, and Schumer waved good bye. "We're going to miss you so much," she said in her most sarcastic tone.

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If you're a fan of Amy Schumer, you know this comes as no surprise for the comedienne. She's known for putting people in their place when they need it.

For example, earlier this year the Trainwreck actress became the punchline of an offensive joke after she posed for a photo with an "Emmy-winning film critic" at the Critics' Choice Awards.

"Spent the night with @amyschumer. Certainly not the first guy to write that," critic "LightsCameraJackson" wrote on his account (which has since been deleted).

It didn't take long for Schumer to catch wind of the snide remark before it was removed. She swiftly responded to Jackson with a jab of her own. "I get it. Cause I'm a whore?" she wrote. "Glad I took a photo with you. Hi to your dad."

The critic quickly issued an apology, which Schumer accepted. "That's really okay honey," she later tweeted. "I just remember thinking you and your dad were sweet and it was a bummer to read that."