A comedian was attacked on stage during his set in Madrid, Spain, after he traded nasty words with another man on social media.

It all started when Alberto Pugilato, a right-wing activist and musician, shared a photo his 3-month-old baby via X (formerly Twitter), captioning the post, "happy and blessed."

Comedian Jaime Caravaca commented on the post, writing, "Nothing and no one can prevent the possibility that he is gay and when he grows up he gets tired of sucking black c--k."

See the tweet, here:

Caravaca quickly deleted his tweet, but not before Pugilato saw it.

"He deleted the tweet, but I captured it. I'll print it and take it to a [standup show] so we can laugh in person," Pugilato tweeted.

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Days later, Pugilato showed up at Caravaca's standup set in Madrid and rushed the stage, punching the comedian in the face.

An audience member captured the attack, during which the angry dad claimed he was defending his child.

Watch the moment unfurl, below:

Following the incident, Caravaca apologized on social media for his crude remarks.

"After what happened, what was intended to be a joke was ultimately an unfortunate and not at all appropriate comment on my part. My apologies to anyone who feels affected. Let's put violence aside, and leave a good world for people to grow free," he tweeted.

Pugilato accepted his apology, responding that that he would "defend freedom of expression in the same way that [he defends his right] to respond."

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