Drunk Kid Assaults Hardworking Cafeteria Manager, Then Gets EXACTLY What’s Coming To Him


October 7, 2015 8:20am PST

In this disturbing video, a drunken thug at the University of Connecticut assaults a hardworking cafeteria manager just because he wanted some macaroni and cheese.

Unfortunately for the entitled young man, however, it was him who ended up in handcuffs…

The nine minute video opens with the student, who has been identified as Luke Gatti, throwing a temper tantrum as he screams at the cafeteria worker.

“Just give me some f***ing bacon jalapeño mac and cheese,” Gatti is seen saying, according to Conservative Tribune.

“I just denied you service. You can’t come in here with an open bottle of booze, dude, think about it,” the manager replied. “Ask anybody here. Is he welcome to walk in with an open bottle of beer?”

“Hey, uh, can I have beer in here?” Gatti asked his fellow diners, who all told him that he could not bring beer into the cafeteria. Despite this, he continued with his tantrum.

Watch as Gatti alternates between being threatening and being demeaning (“Yeah, I’m going to get expelled for this! … it’s a f***ing joke and your job is a f***ing joke”) to pleading (“Please, just let me get some mac and cheese. I’m very hungry, man”).

“You are not welcome here,” the manager finally said. “You have booze on your breath. You told me you are under age. I just saw you with a bottle of booze, you just drank it right in front of me. Add them up, one, two, three, four, five.”

At this point, Gatti pushed the manager, but he was quickly taken down by a cook who screamed, “You STAY down!”

“I was just trying to get f***ing food,” Gatti whined from the ground.

“You don’t do it by assaulting people,” the cook responded. “You are going to jail.”

Gatti was charged with second-degree breach of peace and criminal trespassing and held on $1,500 bond Sunday night. He is now facing possible expulsion for what he did to the manager.


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