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STORRS, Conn. – A 19-year-old college student has been arrested after allegedly berating campus staff when they refused to give him bacon, jalapeno mac and cheese.

According to FOX CT, 19-year-old Luke Gatti went inside the Union Street Market in the student union at the University of Connecticut and was allegedly drinking alcohol.

When he was confronted by staff and was told to leave, he allegedly berated the staff when they refused him service.

The incident was recorded on a student’s cell phone and posted to YouTube.

Warning: Explicit language is used throughout the video. 

At one point, Gatti was taken to the ground by employees and held until police arrived.

As he was being escorted out of the student union, he allegedly spit on an employee.

Gatti was arrested for breach of peace and criminal trespassing.

According to FOX CT, this isn’t Gatti’s first run-in with the law.

He was arrested last year for disorderly conduct after he allegedly threatened an officer and called him racial slurs.

He was also arrested for interfering with officers while they tried to disperse a party.