Mobster Threatens Cleveland Park Ranger



We would ask how much he weighed too. Just for fun.
  • We would ask how much he weighed too. Just for fun.

Scene: A New York mobster type driving through Cleveland and a park ranger pulls him over for running a stop sign.

Enter: hilarity. According to the Gothamist:

John Gotti's former son-in-law, Carmine "The Bull" Agnello, has come a long way since serving time for racketeering. He was pulled over in Cleveland for blowing past a stop sign recently, and allegedly began yelling at the park ranger; "You're Italian and you're going to give me a ticket?" Things got worse when the ranger asked his weight, since New York IDs don't list the driver's weight but Ohio IDs do. Agnello allegedly took that as an insult to his figure, and according to court papers filed in Brooklyn Federal Court told the ranger, "You should be killed."

Agnello's lawyer argued that he felt insulted, "as if she [the ranger] was implying he was overweight."

If she didn't, we are. Carmine is a chubby boy.

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