Drunk student beats restaurant manager after being refused Mac and Cheese dishBy Mason White 4:58 PM October 8, 2015
|Luke V. Gatti assaulting Uconn restaurant manager|
By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) A student of the University of Connecticut, was arrested on a charge of trespassing after allegedly beating a manager of the Uconn Union Street Market, for being reused Bacon Jalapeno Mac and Cheese, police said.
Uconn police said that they have arrested 19-year-old Luke V. Gatti of Bayville, New York, after being verbally and physically abusive towards restaurant employees.
A video of the incident, which went viral on the Internet, shows Gatti trying to buy macaroni and cheese while arguing with the manager of the Union Street Market.
The manager refused the student’s order because he openly carried an alcoholic beverage. The incident unfolded around 10:00 p.m. on Sunday night.
He was charged with breach of peace and criminal trespass.
According to the police investigation, after being told to leave several times, Gatti refused and became verbally and physically abusive to staff.
Gatti pushed the manager several times before being detained by staff. As police escorted him out of the restaurant, Gatti spit at the manager.
Gatti was once a student at the University of Massachusetts, and was twice arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.