The officers advise him that they suspect him of trespassing, although no trespassing charge was later filed against him. With Hannibal Buress funnyman demanding an answer from cops as to why he was being arrested while leaning against a police vehicle and yelling, "Am I under arrest?" "Explain what I'm detained for".
Comedian Hannibal Buress found himself in a not-so-amusing situation when he was arrested in Miami after a confrontation with police.
Buress again asks "what am I being detained for?" "You don't have probable cause for anything and you're hella stupid right now". "I'm just chilling. He's just salty because I roasted his ass". Take the handcuffs off of me, I didn't do anything. "I didn't do anything and I'm not getting into your auto".
The video, which went viral last night and sparked the #FreeHannibalBuress tag, raises some unanswered questions for MPD.
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Buress was reportedly released at 6 a.m. after posting a $500 bond. When the officer declined, Buress became "angry and belligerent". The officer said Buress then went into a bar, and the officer asked him to leave, saying he was too drunk.
"Once outside, the defendant stood by the front gate and continued yelling profanities", the officer's report reads. The video begins after Buress was already cuffed.
Throughout the rest of the video, Buress continues to challenge the officers, demanding that they explain their "probable cause" for detaining him and later refusing to get inside the police auto.