Amy Schumer was not happy this week when staffers at an Upper West Side Equinox asked her to present her membership card, which is standard practice at the upscale fitness club.

“She felt entitled to just walk in,” a source explained to Page Six. “She didn’t want to show her key fob and wanted to be able to go in and not be questioned.”

We’re told the annoyed “Trainwreck” star declared, “I’m famous” when employees didn’t recognize her and insisted she go through the typical check-in procedure.

“It was clear that Amy wanted to go in under the radar and not even stop to have the desk clerk look up her account on a computer,” said the source.

A spokesperson for Equinox denied reports that the comedian had a meltdown and insisted the interaction was “simply a back-and-forth with staffers who didn’t immediately know who she was.”

While Equinox “believes” Schumer eventually enjoyed her workout on Monday afternoon, our source said, “She was so unhappy she stormed off.”

Request for comment from Schumer’s rep was not immediately returned.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.