Mac and cheese fracas lands LI student in handcuffs

A Long Island student at the University of Connecticut is facing charges for an apparent drunken tirade.



Video of the incident that happened on campus is making the rounds online.



The video appears to show Luke Gatti, 19, of Bayville, getting verbally and physically abusive with the manager of the Union Street Market at the school. 



UConn police say the manager refused to serve Gatti jalapeno bacon macaroni and cheese because he was drinking in public.



Gatti was eventually held down by staff until police arrived.



Gatti was charged with breach of peace and criminal trespass.



 


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