From the NY Post:
Shea it ain't so!
A belligerent and plastered Met fan -- named Robert Shea -- was booted from Citi Field during a game against the Houston Astros on Oct. 4.
Shea, 47, of Babylon, LI -- not related to the former stadium's namesake -- had thrown a fit after he was denied booze.
"I can't f- - -ing believe this! I'm a season-ticket holder!" he screamed.
Shea was charged with trespassing, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct, said a spokeswoman for DA Richard Brown.
A South Ozone Park man attacked his roommate after the victim complained about his cigarette smoke, officials said yesterday.
Kiran Manick-Dayananda, 31, was confronted by his roomie, 49, at about 12:30 a.m. Monday for smoking and not closing the door in their basement apartment on 121st Street near 135th Avenue.
Cops said Manick-Dayananda threw the man to the ground and punched him in the face.
He was charged with assault and harassment, the DA spokeswoman said.
Stick a fork in him!
A St. Albans man stabbed a friend in the butt with a barbecue fork during a late-night argument, sources said.
Ronald Kerr, 56, was in the back yard of his house, at 116th Road near 193rd Street, at about 3 a.m. on Sunday when he got into the fight with his pal.
The skewered man had to get stitches.
Kerr was arrested and slapped with assault and harassment charges, the spokeswoman said.
A Jackson Heights man was found slashed to death underneath his mattress early yesterday.
The victim, 36, was discovered at about 4 a.m. at his apartment on 73rd Street near 37th Avenue with his neck cut, cops said. It was not immediately clear why he was under the mattress.