How to spell ‘f*ck you’ with mass media
By LIZ MARTIN for The New York Times A man in a car was in the midst of an epic road rage dispute with a driver who turned out to be a comedian.
The driver, who was in a coma, said the comedian was drunk and out of control.
“You got a f*ck in your mouth,” the man, identified only as Mr. T., told him, according to a recording of the incident that was posted on YouTube.
He was referring to a joke that he made about the comedian.
The comedian, a comedian and author, was arrested and charged with assault and battery on a police officer.
Mr. T. also was arrested for a DUI, police said.
The driver of the car involved in the dispute was not injured.
Mr. G. did not respond to an email seeking comment.