A hotheaded Rockaway pizza shop owner known for his customer’s-always-wrong attitude is facing criminal charges after Queens prosecutors say he damaged an ex-girlfriend’s window while screaming outside her home last month.
Whitney Aycock, owner of Whit’s End on Rockaway Beach Boulevard, was arrested and charged with second-degree harassment for allegedly cracking the casing around his ex’s window late at night Jan. 27. He was arraigned in Queens Criminal Court Thursday morning.
According to a criminal complaint, Aycock arrived at his ex-girlfriend’s home, “repeatedly yelled at her and hit her window, causing the casing of said window to break.”
He also allegedly reached through the window and “ripped open the curtains,” the complaint continues. He is charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief in addition to the harassment rap.
The arrest is the latest legal problem for Aycock, whose abrasive customer relations earned him the nickname “Pizza Nazi” — a nod to Seinfeld’s “Soup Nazi.”
He was previously arrested in 2017 for cutting a hole in the wall of his old restaurant and stealing an oven. He was also busted for growing weed at his Rockaway home in 2016.
The guy must think he's Brando in Streetcar.
He also got kicked out of Riis Park too.