Chris Rock is getting real familiar with the cops.
On Monday, the 50-year-old comedian tweeted a selfie with headlights visible in the background, writing, "Stopped by the cops again wish me luck."
… Which wouldn't be as notable if it didn't happen to be the third time in less than two months he's posted a picture of himself being stopped by police.
Stopped by the cops again wish me luck. pic.twitter.com/6t0wlgwkrJ— Chris Rock (@chrisrock) March 31, 2015
On Feb. 13, he posted this selfie with a police car visible in the back window with the caption, "Just got pulled over by the cops wish me luck."
Just got pulled over by the cops wish me luck http://t.co/pey2XAp6uu— Chris Rock (@chrisrock) February 13, 2015
On Feb. 27, he again posted a picture with headlights in the background, this time in the backseat. "I'm not even driving stop by the cops again," he wrote.
I'm not even driving stop by the cops again http://t.co/yTPPPjcKEO— Chris Rock (@chrisrock) February 28, 2015
Interestingly enough, one of the Top Five actor's most well-known comedy skits is titled, "How Not to Get Your Ass Kicked By Police."
"If you follow these easy tips, you'll be fine," he jokes. "First, obey the law. ..."
He and comedian Jerry Seinfeld were also memorably pulled over during his 2013 guest appearance on the Seinfeld actor's web series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, when Seinfeld took out Rock for a spin in a vintage Lamborghini.
"Here's the crazy thing, if you weren't here, I'd be scared," Rock told Seinfeld. "Right now, I'm looking for my license! It'd be such a better episode if he pulls me to the side and beats the s**t out of me. ... If you weren't here, I'd be scared. Yeah, I'm famous -- still black."
Last November, Rock opened up to ET about his good friend Tracy Morgan's recovery from a horrific car crash last summer. Watch below: