From the NY Post:
A year after he was booted from Albany on charges he beat and slashed his girlfriend, [Hiram] Monserrate is working the counter at Papaya Pizza, a 2-month-old, $1.25-a-slice pizza joint located in his old Corona campaign headquarters.
Monserrate -- who pleaded poverty after losing his plum position in the Senate -- played coy when asked whether he owned the place.
The business was registered with the Department of State last November -- a month after Monserrate was indicted on separate federal corruption charges -- under the name "Papaya Pizza Corp."
The address on the paperwork is his mother's house in Queens, where Monserrate has lived off and on.
A worker who identified himself as the manager called Monserrate "the boss."
And it turns out that the pizza sucks.