It's not clear exactly what he was doing in Miami last night, but a cell phone video shows how his night ended: Handcuffed against a Miami police vehicle and demanding to know why he's under arrest.
Buress posted bail shortly before 6 a.m. on Sunday morning.
A video of the collar posted to YouTube shows the yuckster handcuffed and leaning against a squad vehicle as he tries to convince cops not to haul him in. He screams at the officers, "Am I under arrest?"
Officers accuse him of trespassing, but refuse to say where he was trespassing or who is pressing charges against him, video shows.
'Explain what I'm detained for.
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"What am I detained for?" Eventually, an officer forces Buress into the auto. The hashtag #FreeHannibalBuress later trended on Twitter. Miami is playing host to celebrities from all over the globe for Art Basel-related parties. Until Sunday afternoon, Miami police declined to release the arrest report, saying a public-records request had to be made "during regular business hours".
The officer told Buress to leave, the report said, but he instead went inside a venue at 2000 NW Second Ave. For what?' Buress yells in the video, handcuffed and leaning against a patrol vehicle.
Buress is credited with helping to take down pervy comedian Bill Cosby after a 2014 bit calling the elder comedian racist renewed scrutiny over long-standing allegations that Cosby had drugged and raped women.
In response to a tweeted inquiry from documentary film director Billy Corben, the Miami PD acknowledged that Buress was arrested at around 10:30 pm EST.
The comedian has starred in numerous standup-comedy specials, the show "Broad City" and as an actor in movies such as "Spiderman Homecoming" and "Baywatch".