The drunk college kid who went viral last year for fighting with a cafeteria manager over wanting bacon mac and cheese got arrested again, but this time not for the same reason.
Luke Gatti, the former University of Connecticut student who was a freshman at the time of the mac and cheese fiasco, was arrested again on May 28 battery of an officer in Boca Raton, Florida.
The NY Daily News reported that Gatti was in rehab and was caught leaving the Wellness Resource Center barefoot because they did not give him medicine to help with his withdrawal. He returned to the center a few hours later to find an officer was waiting for him. He attempted to leave again when the officer went to take him into custody. Gatti then struck the officer after she tried grabbing him. A second officer then used a taser on Gatti and then brought him to a hospital and later arrested him.
Last year, Gatti became infamous for his drunken tirade in the Student Union. He tried to bring an open bottle of alcohol into the dining hall and tried to get bacon jalapeno mac and cheese.
A cafeteria supervisor denied Gatti entry and that is when Gatti started getting upset and shoved him. The incident was caught on video and went viral.