Some people who somehow paid to see Katt Williams perform in Oakland are at least making up for that blunder by suing the alleged comedian ... yes, suing.
Williams and promoter Live Nation are on the receiving end of a class action lawsuit filed by Brian Herline on behalf of everyone who went to Katt's November 16 show.
On that date, Williams' show ended after just 10 minutes ... but not before he confronted a heckler, took his clothes off, and attempted to fight at least three audience members.
The suit is seeking unspecified damages for "Katt Williams' non-performance."
Katt's been stringing together one bizarre appearance after another as of late. Williams was arrested for assault in Oakland just two days before the show in question.
He has yet to respond to the legal maneuver ... get in line, Brian.