Drunk And Important UConn Student Demands Commoners Bring Him Mac N Cheese, Gets Tackled And Arrested

Whether he’s just working through a severe case of the drunken hangries or not, Luke Gatti went out of his way to insult everyone that could have helped the 19-year-old attain his dream of eating Mac N Cheese, possibly with some bacon, at a Union Street Market on the campus of the University of Connecticut. After calling the owner various names, one of which was “fag,” Gatti went on to attain such heights as being tackled by a cook and, later, begging strangers to give him his shoes.

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This isn’t Gatti’s only run-in with his darker self that seeks release only when alcohol is present. Last year he was arrested twice (1, 2) for drunken disorderly and the second time he managed to call a police detective the N-word. Here’s the police report courtesy of the blog ‘onlyintherepublicofamherst‘.

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Even better, it’s only October so Mr. Gatti is setting a high bar for the rest of the year. No sophomore slump here, at this rate he should be in prison for felony assault by the new year. TC mark


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  • http://voluptuouscara.wordpress.com Cara

    I’m a recovering alcoholic (which means I don’t drink, I go to 12 step meeting, and when I do something stupid, I can’t say, “well I was drunk so it wasn’t my fault”). BUT, before I got sober, there were times when I, while HEAVILY INTOXICATED, Mr. Gatti (Gatti, by the way, being the Italian word for “cats”)…I was belligerent, I insulted people, there was an incident (I was 23 at the time) when I physically assaulted a grown man (afterwards, he informed me that, had I been a man, he would have broken my jaw for what I did to him), I was demanding, I treated people like shit. I was never arrested for ANY OF IT, or at least not that I know of (when you drink like that, you black out a lot), and I now realize it’s because of my gender. Drunken, boorish behavior, like many other things in the US, comes with a double standard. Males are arrested, because they’re perceived as “violent” and “aggressive”, while females, if anything, are sent to psychiatric facilities (as many of the women I know from 12 step meetings have been) because we must be “crazy” and “mentally unbalanced”, and in my case, the man (he was a close friend until the day I physically assaulted him) didn’t call the police, didn’t press charges, because what six-foot tall man calls the police and says, “I have an emergency…a girl who stands five foot one is beating the shit out of me.” And yet, that’s what I was doing to him. I’m not proud of it, and I’ll spend my sober life making an amends for it, but I did it.

    Men and women abuse alcohol (and other substances) THE SAME, and there shouldn’t be one set of consequences for the men and another set for the women. This double standard bullshit is wrong.

  • http://voluptuouscara.wordpress.com Cara

    *that should be “while I, heavily intoxicated, behaved not unlike Mr. Gatti…”

  • https://thoughtcatalog.com/daniel-hayes/2015/10/i-was-a-complete-ahole-drunk-mac-n-cheese-kid-makes-low-quality-youtube-apology-video/ ‘I Was A Complete A$$hole,’ Drunk Mac N Cheese Kid Makes Low Quality YouTube Apology Video | Thought Catalog

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