Pete Davidson is taking some extreme measures to make sure anyone who attends his stand up comedy shows, does not discuss anything they see while he is on stage.
The 'Saturday Night Live' star is forcing fans to sign a lengthy nondisclosure agreement before they can be a guest at his show. The agreement posted online by an attendee, not only gives strict guidelines to what you can and can not doing in the audience but if you break any rules you could be liable for $1 Million in damages.
According to a posting on Facebook, one fan received an email prior to the comedian's San Francisco show which says the document must be signed before entering the venue. In fact, it specifies you can't discuss any details of the show or your experiences at this event, period.