WATCH: Drunk UConn Student Wants Mac & Cheese, Gets Arrested

UCONN DRUNK KID WANTS MAC AND CHEESE FULL OGFilmed the night of Sunday October 4th around 10pm. This was Dave's (the manager) last night on the job, but not because of this fool. I know it's vertical, and I know I'm scum because of it.2015-10-07T06:08:53Z

A drunk University of Connecticut student who just wanted bacon and jalapeno mac and cheese ended up in handcuffs Sunday night after berating and shoving the manager of the on-campus Union Street Market, who wouldn’t let him bring an open beer in to the cafeteria.

A nine-minute video of the incident was uploaded to YouTube and spread quickly on social media Monday night (watch it above).

The video shows the 19-year-old student, Luke Gatti, demanding that he be allowed to have the macaroni and cheese, while the manager stands his ground in the face of curses and insults. A crowd grew around the commotion as the student refused to leave on his own. UConn Police were called, but before they could respond, the student shoved the manager, and was taken down to the ground by another employee.

The manager and the other employee then held the student down until police arrived, handcuffed him and dragged him out of the building. As he was being handcuffed and reality seemed to finally set in, he cried out, “I’m absolutely f****d!”

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A drunk UConn student ended up in handcuffs after screaming at the Student Union manager because he wasn’t able to get macaroni and cheese. (YouTube screenshot)

According to the Hartford Courant, Gatti was charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing. His bail was set at $1,500 and he is due in court in October. He also faces disciplinary action by the school.

The Bayville, New York, native was arrested twice last September when he was a student at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

On September 1, 2014, Gatti was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after throwing a “temper tantrum” when he was told to move out of the street by police, the blog Only in the Republic of Amherst reported. According to the police report, Gatti “raised his left hand in a ‘Hook-em-horns-‘ like gesture and shouted f**k you n****r” at an officer. Police said he then yelled “I said f*** you, so f*** you” at the officer and “began to flail his arms and jump up and down.” He was ordered to pay a $100 fine and put on probation for four months.

He was back in court on September 15 after he was arrested for allegedly causing a scene and then assaulting a police officer who was trying to break up a loud party. reported at the time that Gatti was charged with disorderly conduct and assault and battery on a police officer. The outcome of that case wasn’t immediately available.

An officer suffered a hand and arm injury during that incident.

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