Hillary Clinton encouraged supporters Monday to follow and stage an intervention for a protester who was removed by security after he interrupted her rally in Detroit.

"You know," Clinton said after the demonstrator was forcibly removed from her campaign event, "I do hope somebody follows that gentleman out and stages an intervention."

The demonstrator, an African-American man, was wearing a shirt featuring a likeness of Bill Clinton with the word "RAPE" printed across the front.

"He clearly has not been following this election very closely," Clinton said.

Monday's incident is the latest in a series of protests involving demonstrators interrupting Clinton and her surrogates to accuse the 42nd president of being a sexual predator.

Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., was heckled at a campaign rally in Las Vegas, Nev., last week by a protester shouting, "Bill Clinton is rapist!"

That demonstrator, a white man, also wore a shirt featuring a likeness of the former president with the word "RAPE" printed across the front.

"Bill Clinton is a rapist!" the man shouted repeatedly as he showed off his shirt to news cameras and Kaine's traveling press corps.

The former president himself was heckled last week in Canton, Ohio, by a woman holding a sign reading, "Bill Clinton is a rapist."

The woman shouted during his address Wednesday afternoon, "Bill Clinton has harmed women!"

"He has raped women!" she continued. "Bill Clinton is a rapist!"

Hillary Clinton's second run at the White House has been dogged by questions about her husband's sex scandals from when he was president and governor of Arkansas.

GOP nominee Donald Trump has sought to make the sex scandals a major story in the 2016 presidential election.

Trump held a press conference with four women, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathy Shelton, who announced their support for the GOP nominee and recounted their charges against the Clintons.

The former president has admitted in the past to engaging in extramarital affairs with multiple women, including former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and former model Gennifer Flowers.

He has also been accused of sexually assaulting more than one woman, including Broaddrick and Jones.