Traffic stops are all too routine for Chris Rock.
The Top Five filmmaker was recently pulled over for the third time in less than two months, capturing the latest incident on social media.
"Stopped by the cops again wish me luck," he captioned the selfie with the familiar blue lights flashing in the background.
The 50-year-old comedian first started documenting the traffic stops on Feb. 13: "Just got pulled over by the cops wish me luck."
And again on Feb. 27: "I'm not even driving stop by the cops again."
This is hardly the first time Rock has broached the topic of racial profiling.
In an episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the two actors were pulled over while speeding in an orange Lamborghini. Rock joked to Seinfeld, "Now here's the crazy thing, if you weren't here, I'd be scared."
"Were you worried, Chris?" Jerry asked.
"I was worried the whole time," he joked. "I'm still worried."
In fact, Chris had previously used that situation as the fodder for one of his best bits from The Chris Rock Show: "How Not to Get Your Ass Kicked By the Police."
"People in the black community, myself, often worry that we might be a victim of police brutality. So as a public service, The Chris Rock Show proudly presents this educational video," Rock said back in 2000 while introducing the clip.
Rock used his recent promo tour for Top Five to offer a lot of cultural commentary (with a comedic twist, of course) on events like Ferguson and the death of Eric Garner.
“I saw Sting backstage and threw up my hands, scared of the Police," he quipped on Late Show With David Letterman in January. "It's a crazy time, Dave. Do you realize even pro-wrestling has outlawed the chokehold? So the WWE has better standards than the NYPD… you can't just choke The Rock!"
Chris continued, "And it's crazy, man… they had riots in Brooklyn the other night and the royals showed up, Kate [Middleton] and whatshisname. No better way to calm down angry black people than British royalty."
No word yet on what exactly Rock was pulled over for on Monday night.