With more than 20 accusers, the Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations are nothing to laugh at -- unless you attend the comedian’s standup show. The beleaguered star allegedly acknowledged the rape accusations during his second night of standup at a show in London, Ontario, Gawker and the London Free Press reported Thursday.

The supposed acknowledgement came in the form of him making a joke about a woman in the audience drinking too much around him, Gawker said, citing a tweet written by National Post reporter Richard Warnica.

A different person tweeted that his response came after the woman allegedly offered him a drink. That’s when Cosby said, “You have to be careful drinking around me.” The audience apparently gasped with laughs and ultimately applauded. At the end of the show, Cosby got a standing ovation, Warnica tweeted.

At the end of the 90-minute show at the Budweiser Gardens, a man was allegedly was arrested after he shouted that Cosby was a "rapist," the London Free Press wrote. Before the man was taken away, he added, “I'm getting kicked out because you're a rapist," according to the Toronto Star.

Fans who entered the show were warned about heckling and received a warning that read, as per the the London Free Press: "Patrons have a right to enjoy tonight’s performance" and “Disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated and will result in removal, possible legal action and/or banning from the venue.”

The 77-year-old comedian has denied the rape allegations and hasn't been charged.

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