The user responsible for sharing this gem of a troll heist with us was quoted in the original photo saying, "I don't know about you guys, but I already found my new role model for 2017." Yo. Right there with you.
Ah, sweet, eternal justice.
Remember that absolutely terrible kid yesterday who drunkenly belittled a cafeteria manager and started a fight because they wouldn't sell his entitled face bacon jalapeño mac and cheese?
Yeah, remember that kid?
Well, University of Connecticut wisely expelled him from Luke Gatti school after the arrest, according to Death and Taxes.
He was charged yesterday with breach of peace in the second degree and criminal trespass and given a $1,500 bail. It came out that he was arrested twice last year for similar offenses, each time using racial slurs. Just a real great guy.
And now he's expelled. There was much rejoicing.
Shouts to Mac and cheese kid for getting expelled today lol— Kristian (@KManushi) October 7, 2015
Some kid got expelled from uconn today because he was drunk and causing a huge scene bc he couldn't get his mac and cheese 😂😂😂— Leah Blaetterlein ☼☯ (@leah_raeee) October 7, 2015
Cat about to get expelled from UConn over mac and cheese. What a dumb@ss smh— Alley Al (@_TheRealAlvin_) October 6, 2015
And some Snapchats via Barstool Sports;
Sometimes, happy endings do exist.
This kid deserves all the bad things life can give him.
He also needs to learn how to handle his liquor and/or his lack of macaroni and cheese.
Luke Gatti, AKA All That's Wrong with the World, was refused service for being a drunken, 19-year-old a**hat Oct. 5. But he didn't walk away there. Terrible people like him never do.
He proceeds to get very, very into the face of the cafeteria manager, the cook and anyone of authority as he consistently yells and whinges about how much he wants mac and cheese and how low are those who refuse to give it to him.
Things get bad before the chef steps in and wrestles the little bastard to the ground.
It's an emotional journey.
Here's the surprise twist that's not a surprise at all:
This is far from his first run-in with the law, Only in Amherst:
Arrested two weeks ago on Phillips Street for disorderly conduct (which included calling a detective the N-word), this time around Mr. Gatti seemed to go out of his way to get arrested yet again on that same notorious street, and when taken back to the police station, assaulted an officer.
With his father looking on, Luke Gatti was arraigned this morning before Judge John Payne who set bail at $250, taken out of the $1,000 bail posted over the weekend to get out of jail.
Noting the arrest only two weeks ago Judge Payne said to Gatti, "I'm a little concerned you're going to pull a trifecta before the month is over."
Welp, maybe this time they'll actually put him in jail for a while.
We talked about this stand up teen who knocked down a bully picking on a blind kid yesterday and it looks like further justice has been served.
The authorities and social media have gotten involved.
New York Daily News put together a comprehensive story about the fight:
A California high school bully who was thrown to the ground after beating up a partially blind student was arrested Thursday, police said as the teen who stopped the assault spoke out for the first time.
The teen tormenter, Noah, was arrested for misdemeanor battery and released to his parents after a video of him hitting his visually impaired peer, Austin, at Huntington Beach High School circulated on social media, police said.
[Cody Pines, the teen who stopped the bully] was hailed a hero online and by his peers for his actions, although Pines said he "didn't really want to hit him" in his first interview Thursday.
"But when you punch a blind kid, that's what made me so mad," Pines told FOX LA. "I kinda regretted it but I kinda didn't because if I didn't Austin would've been more hurt."
Pines, a former football player, said he had seen other videos of bullies "beating up kids and getting away with it" and told himself he would never let that happen if he witnessed it.
Teresa White said she is "proud of our grandson for standing up for that young man."
"Grown-ups killed my kitty, my best friend," begins 8-year-old Rayden Sazama's letter to his local newspaper:
My kitty's name is Toothless. ... Last week he didn't come in at night. ...
On Wednesday after work my dad went to the animal shelter as it was closing. ... They let my dad in to look at the cages, and there was Toothless! ... The lady at the shelter said it would be OK and told him to come back the next day and we could get Toothless. ...
My dad went back the next day to get our kitty and they told him they didn't have any long-haired black cats. ... The same lady that told my dad to come back the next day said she was sorry. She had forgotten to leave a note to tell the people my dad would be there for Toothless and they had just killed my cat that morning. She had just forgotten to write a note to save a member of my family. They killed him and I don't know why. ...
Now I don't know what to do. My cat Toothless is dead; the people that killed him didn't even give him to my dad so we could bury him. What do I do now?
Poor lil' Rayden. Read the letter in its devastating entirety here.
Tennessee mother, Lacey Buchanan, shares her story through this heartstring-tugging video she made about her son who was born blind and with a cleft palate. She does expose the less-than-kind words that she's heard, which seems less than important when it's countered with the video's uplifting message.