Looks like the days of Bill Cosby having sold out shows has finally come to an end as his show in Canada was a flop with empty seats,plagued by hecklers and protesters.He may have got a standing ovation inside, but Bill Cosby was ridiculed leaving his first show November on Wednesday night, as scores of protesters braved below-freezing conditions to shame the besieged comedian.
Cosby's show in Kitchener was the first of three performances planned in Canada's Ontario province and came in the wake of sexual assault allegations from more than 15 women.
Daily Mail reports that as he was leaving the Centre In The Square Theatre following the performance - for which seated fans got to their feet to applause - a heckler approached Cosby, who was well-guarded by security and other entourage members.
|Protesters gather outside Bill Cosby show on Wednesday night in Kitchener, Canada|
'Congratulations on your first show of 2015. Talk about starting the year with a bang! We hope it was consensual, Billy!,' the man can be heard shouting out in a video captured by NBC.
The entertainer saw at least 10 performances get canceled on his North American tour.
Wearing a sweater saying 'hello friend,' Cosby climbed the stage decorated with two giant posters of himself with Nelson Mandela.
Some in the audience gave loud whoops but the reception was subdued compared to the standing ovation at his last stage performance in Florida.
'First of all thank you,' Cosby said to the audience before starting his routine with some cold weather jokes.