Katt Williams

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Katt Williams probably doesn't find this scenario very funny.

An arrest warrant has been issued for the comedian for felony evading police and driving in a reckless manner, the Sacramento District Attorney confirms to E! News.

The California Highway Patrol says that Williams fled officers on a white three-wheeled motorcycle on Nov. 25. 

Police attempted to pull Williams over after he was spotted driving on the sidewalk near a Sacramento hotel.

At one point during the chase, Katt took off his full-face helmet and yelled "I am not going to stop" at the arresting officers.

CHP officers discontinued the pursuit, which lasted two minutes and reached 35 mph, out of concern for the public's safety. 

This isn't William's first run-in with the law as of late.

On Sunday night, the funnyguy was arrested for a bar fight in Seattle, Wash. 

He also missed various performances over the course of his comedy tour, and he subsequently announced he was retiring from stand-up comedy after he was a no-show for a Seattle performance last week. 

—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua

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