Alec Baldwin Might Be Up To His Old Tricks Again

October 12, 2017 / Posted by:

No, no one got a voicemail message from Alec Baldwin screaming obscenities about barnyard animals and gratitude. But it did involve creative insults, yelling, and a NYC street, which I believe are the top three things that certify this as a classic Alec Baldwin temper tantrum.

A source tells Page Six that they saw Alec get into a fight with two people in a black SUV this week. Alec was on the street hollering at the SUV’s driver and passenger. It’s not known why (the source says they came upon the incident it as it was unfolding), but that it probably had something to do with the driver pissing off Alec Baldwin as he was walking. Alec allegedly called the driver a “meatball” and repeatedly asked both the driver and passenger to get out of the car.

Clearly the driver knew that things don’t usually end well when you square off with an angry Alec Baldwin, because they didn’t oblige. Of course that pissed Alec off even more.

When the people in the SUV wouldn’t get out, “Alec got out his phone and started videotaping them. They pulled away right after, and he took a pic of their license plate and threw his extra-large drink in the street. Then he just went on his angry way.”

Page Six doesn’t say what Alec did with the video. I assume he just went home, sat in his favorite chair, and huffed and puffed while watching the video over and over again, like most middle-aged dads would. Alec Baldwin’s temper doesn’t appear to be cooling off, but at least his insults are getting less offensive. Meatball is such a dad-trying-not-to-swear insult. I wonder if when the SUV pulled away he screamed: “Yeah, you better skedaddle, you darn jokers!


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