From the NY Post:
A garrulous granny got the surprise of her life yesterday -- a visit from cops after she threatened to show up at Mayor Bloomberg's Upper East Side townhouse to tell him personally about a slew of repairs that needed to be made at her Queens apartment.
Margaret Ionescu, 82, a Romanian immigrant, was furious about a broken door, a water-stained ceiling and a host of other problems at the Astoria apartment where she's lived for the past 34 years, and demanded a helping hand from the top.
...the exasperated mother of two, who lives alone and uses a walker, tried to get a hand through the city's 311 help line.
"They kept hanging up on me and telling me they didn't understand," said Ionescu, who suffers from heart trouble and was recently released from a hospital.
"I tell them I need to see Bloomberg; I need to see police."
But sources said that when operators tried to explain that she couldn't see the mayor, she threatened to march to his doorstep.
Ionescu's gusto earned her a visit from two detectives from the NYPD's Public Security Unit.